Connecting headphones to the Blue Yeti Mic

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I recently have switched and upgraded my headphones to the Logitech G533. (which has a micro usb to usb) My old headphones connected to the yeti perfectly and I could listen to myself live which I liked.

However with these new headphones there is no easy way to connect them to the mic for live feedback of my voice. I’m not really experienced with cords and I went and bought these but none worked:

https://www.amazon.com/Output-SinLoon-Micro-USB-Stereo-Samsung/dp/B01LAHQ320

https://www.amazon.com/Electop-3-5mm-Male-USB-Female/dp/B01FEXD3X8

After connecting them I still couldn’t hear my voice. I should've looked into it more, but I was confident that it was going to work.(I bought two just in case one didn’t work and they both didn’t) I did my research and found out the gender might not agree or it’s not delivering power.

So in conclusion, my question is what cord do I need to buy to attach these devices? I’m trying to get a little advice from people more experienced and guide me on what I should buy, thank you! I can provide any additional information for anyone that needs it!
 

justin.m.beauvais

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Hi, I have an easy software solution for you to try. Hook up everything to the PC normally, headphones to whatever so that you can hear things and mic so that it records. Then right click your sound icon on the taskbar over by the time. Select recording devices. This will open a window with your sound input devices. Select your mic and double click it. There will be tabs at the top and the second will be "Listen". Select the tab and check the box for "Listen to this device". Then select which output you want to be able to listen to it on, which should be your headphones. Hopefully you should be good to go.
 
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Hey, thanks for the response. However, I'm looking for live feed back which I think does require a cord to connect my headphones to my mic. Using "listen to this device" has a delay. Thanks again for your feedback.
 
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MERGED QUESTION
Question from rbro0588 : "Connecting headphones to the Blue Yeti Mic"

I recently have switched and upgraded my headphones to the Logitech G533. (which has a micro usb to usb) My old headphones connected to the yeti perfectly and I could listen to myself live which I liked.

However with these new headphones there is no easy way to connect them to the mic for live feedback of my voice. I’m not really experienced with cords and I went and bought these but none worked:

https://www.amazon.com/Output-SinLoon-Micro-USB-Stereo-...

https://www.amazon.com/Electop-3-5mm-Male-USB-Female/dp...

After connecting them I still couldn’t hear my voice. I should've looked into it more, but I was confident that it was going to work.(I bought two just in case one didn’t work and they both didn’t) I did my research and found out the gender might not agree or it’s not delivering power.

So in conclusion, my question is what cord do I need to buy to attach these devices? I’m trying to get a little advice from people more experienced and guide me on what I should buy, thank you! I can provide any additional information for anyone that needs it!
 
May 25, 2018
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MERGED QUESTION
Question from rbro0588 : "Logitech headphones to blue yeti mic"

Hello, I'm trying to connect my logitech G533 headphones to the blue yeti mic. I've tried to get a solution for months, and I thought this would be simple.

The logitech headphones has a micro usb port and the yeti just has a normal auxiliary port. I went and bought these but for some reason they didn't work.

https://www.amazon.com/Output-SinLoon-Micro-USB-Stereo-...

https://www.amazon.com/Electop-3-5mm-Male-USB-Female/dp...

Does anyone have a solution? Is the logitech software blocking it? Am I buying the wrong cords? The reason why I'm connecting them is so I can get live feedback on my voice. Far as I know this is the only way to get LIVE feedback, simply doing "listen to this device" isn't instant enough. Thanks guys!!
 
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