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Multiple audio inputs on Windows 11

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Country: United Kingdom

Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: Work editing and Gaming.

Other details: Corsair One i180, M1 Mac Mini, 3 x 27" LG 4k Monitors.

 

So I have been using this triple monitor set up for a while. Typically I have always built my own PC however I unexpectedly won an auction on eBay for the Corsair One. (I seriously under paid considering the timing)

My Mac Mini is set up on my left monitor and the PC on the Centre and the Right. I have full control of both machines with Synergy. The PC is the host. My issue is sound.

I am quite experienced with most systems and I was able to sue this setup back in the Windows XP and 7 days by just putting the Line Out from the Mac Mini (or previous PCs) into the Line In on the PC and unmuting it in the settings.

 

I have just got a Creative Sound Blaster G3 (https://en.creative.com/p/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-g3) plugged into my PC to enable an Optical In and I am using the Optical Out on the MAC Mini (Which is also the headphone socket on the back)

 

The idea is to create Seamless Audio pass through from my Mac to come out of my Logitech USB Headset on my PC. However it appears I cannot have multiple inputs at once.

Has anyone achieved this? Any help would be hugely appreciated.


Kind Regards

 

 

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You should be able to "listen to this input" with multiple ones. 

Or you could use Voicemeeter for more advanced mixing. 

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1 hour ago, Kilrah said:

You should be able to "listen to this input" with multiple ones. 

Or you could use Voicemeeter for more advanced mixing. 

That’s what I thought. Just can’t find that option in Windows 11.

 

can’t have my Mic active and line in it seems!

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