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Sound chip on P5N-MX MoBo

Re: Sound chip on P5N-MX MoBo

Postby Grav!ty » Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:46 pm

The USB headphones start at a pretty low cost. I paid the equivalent of about US$5.00 for a reasonable Logitec and am quite happy with it them. I don't think there is an adapter from the audio plug to USB, but there may well be, as I'd imagination there's quite a demand for such a thing.

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Re: Sound chip on P5N-MX MoBo

Postby Chippychap » Thu Oct 29, 2009 2:58 pm

Bless you all guys.
I think I've now flogged this to death and I really appreciate your patience with me.
Got plenty to try so will get onto it before I break something else and we start again. :whistle
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Re: Sound chip on P5N-MX MoBo

Postby NT50 » Thu Oct 29, 2009 8:10 pm

You will need a set of headphones capable of USB or an adaptor that allows headphones to plug into it. The only problem I foudn with USB is the fact I coudl not get my surround sound in my Razer headset.
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