2 Aux inputs to one output (wireless headset) is this possible?

frpe97

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Can I take aux output from my screen to get the xbox sound frome there to aux input to my pc, and then make the sound play through my headset. So I can have 2 inputs to one output. Btw this sounds easy but I have a wireless headset, so I guess I would need to force it with a program or something, right? Is this even possible? Please help:)
 

unclebun

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You're wanting to plug the TV's sound out to the PC's audio in, then listen with headphones? Why not just put the headphones on the TV? You can, of course, do what you said (if I am understanding it right). The PC's audio mixer is where you would control sound levels of the various sound sources in the PC.
 

frpe97

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Because then my headset (wireless hyperx cloud flight) turns off the wireless sound and only plays the aux sound. And this is quite annoying, because I want to be able to listen to like teamspeak, spotify, youtube or whatever while im playing while also hearing the in game sound in the headset instead of the bad speakers that come with the screen. I do have output from monitor plugged in to the blue aux input to my PC. It is plugged in right then, isn't it? Or am I wrong maybe? Idk but I cannot get it to work.
 

gondo

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Should work no problem. Route the TV's audio out through your sound card as a line in. You can control the levels of the line-in and media in Windows to create your custom mix.
 
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