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Sound from my Hanspree Xm-S monitor.

Hi. The speakers on my monitor are fine but if i want to source the sound direct from my PC (Headphones) i cannot see how to obtain the sound from there, how do I "switch" it?

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  • Alexander Kogl May 11, 2010

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    1) What type of sound card do you have?

    2) What OS (operating system) are you currently running?

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Sound like you need a audio switch. I have 2 of them, and both have worked great.

This is the one, I have, but they are very hard to get now.
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This is a different one, but works ok. It just did not have the features like the first one.
http://tinyurl.com/ys2f9g

With the audio switch, or audio hub, as the first one is called. You can direct audio to your speakers or a pair of headphones.
I like the first one, because I can mute both, and the mic and adjust the volume. As I said more features. The second is just a toggle switch to send the audio signal to the speakers or the headphones.

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