Headphone/Headphone-Mic Combo Debacle

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Muse Groops, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. Muse Groops

    Muse Groops Guest

    Hello,

    I have a problem with the sound on my Dell Dim 8200. In addition to the
    sound card it came with, there was another installed by the previous
    owner. I use a Logitech headphone/mic headset that is USB in the front
    (I feel like Lilly Tomlin as that Phone Operator with it on, but I
    digress), but I also have a audiophile (well, compared to the Logitech)
    set of head phones that are in the output in the back that I want to use
    for music.
    Here is the problem, if I want to listen to music, I have to unplug
    the Logitech. Is there anyway I can have both plugged in at once so I
    can avoid all the ins and outs of the wires. (Starts to get annoying).

    -M
    Muse Groops, Nov 22, 2006
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