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Windows 7: How to use multiple audio signals with one USB headset

07 Apr 2015   #1

How to use multiple audio signals with one USB headset

I frequently use my USB headset (Razer Kraken Chroma) to talk with friends over Teamspeak. We play games with my PS4 console but I can only use either machine at one time due to the headset only having a USB output. Is there a adapter or some method I can use to allow me to still use my USB headset to talk and listen to my friends while being able to hear the game audio from my PS4 console?

My old headset had both USB and a 3.5mm jack where I could just plug in the USB my computer and the 3.5mm to the back of my monitor, but my new headset, like I said, only features one USB. I thought about maybe having the console audio play through my PC via Line-In and just have my headset pick up that as well as my Teamspeak audio.

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07 Apr 2015   #2

Windows 7 Pro-x64

The Line-In method sounds plausible depending on the line level output of the console. You can't just use the console speaker jack and plug it into the Line-In jack on your PC. Check both your console and PC for the line level specs.
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07 Apr 2015   #3


Alright, say that weren't to work for some reason, are their any alternative methods or products I could buy to also solve my problem?
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