Laptop with 1 audio jack, headphones with 2 cables


Oct 22, 2016
I have a TOSHIBA Satellite L55t-B laptop with 1 audio jack, but my headset requires 2 for the headset and microphone to work. I bought a splitter cable but it still doesn't seem to work. Help?
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