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How to make sound come out of 2 Headphones?

I understand it'll work on a portable DVD player, it worked on my PSP when I had one, however would it work on a PC? Because usually on a PC you have to set the sound output. and if it is connected to 2 headphones but only with one input, I'm confused what I might have to set the sound to. Or does it just work? I'm confused :c

 

Yeah, it'll work the same way as it always has. (It just works because of the analog sound)

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So I was wondering if I could buy a Audio Jack Spliiter something like this wtes6g.jpg

 

Would I be able to simple plug it into my PC and then plug 2 headphones into it and have the sound come out both of the headphones? Thanks for any help in advanced! :)


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That'll work. I used to use something like that with my portable DVD player :P. It's also great for inputs. You can plug two inputs in and it'll mix the music (It can split one into two and combine two into one)


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That'll work. I used to use something like that with my portable DVD player :P. It's also great for inputs. You can plug two inputs in and it'll mix the music (It can split one into two and combine two into one)

I understand it'll work on a portable DVD player, it worked on my PSP when I had one, however would it work on a PC? Because usually on a PC you have to set the sound output. and if it is connected to 2 headphones but only with one input, I'm confused what I might have to set the sound to. Or does it just work? I'm confused :c


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I understand it'll work on a portable DVD player, it worked on my PSP when I had one, however would it work on a PC? Because usually on a PC you have to set the sound output. and if it is connected to 2 headphones but only with one input, I'm confused what I might have to set the sound to. Or does it just work? I'm confused :c

 

Yeah, it'll work the same way as it always has. (It just works because of the analog sound)


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Yeah, it'll work the same way as it always has. (It just works because of the analog sound)

Thank you very much! :D


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Alternatively, add a little to the budget, and get something like this: http://www.amazon.com/Pyle-Pro-PHA40-4-Channel-Headphone-Amplifier/dp/B003M8NVFS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1420879351&sr=8-2&keywords=4+channels+headphone+amp

 

You might not need the amp feature, but separate volume controls might come in handy.

I appreciate it bud, but I found one on ebay for $1.89 c:


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