Is the only way to get an audio card and split the two in control panel? --- Stand up for consumer rights! Vote with your dollar! Boycott Xbox One!!!
#2TreGoodaPosted 11/3/2013 7:08:15 PM
I was going to help you out until I saw the username. Troll alert. --- "Get a life! What? I'm a gamer, I have tons of lives."
#3daftpunk_mk5Posted 11/3/2013 7:32:18 PM
Yeah. Just plug the speakers into the speaker input and plug the headset mic into the headset input. If your headset doesn't have a separate mic input, go to playback and recording devices and you can set it there. --- Some say that his voice can only be heard by cats, and that he has two sets of knees... all we know is, he's called the Stig.
#4PyrotechnixxxPosted 11/3/2013 7:35:25 PM
If you're using skype or teamspeak you can generally tell it to use a particular output/input, so set that to your headset and then set the speakers as your default audio device. --- Fear is a leash.
#5kobalobasileusPosted 11/3/2013 7:38:49 PM
In Windows you need to set the headset and headset mic as the default communication devices in their respective tabs under the Sound control panel.