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Old March 25th 20, 08:31 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware
Wolfgang Fieg
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Default HP-Notebook Ausio Ausgabe

HP X 2 Notebook - WIN 10 Home

Das Gerät hat eine kombinierte Kopfhörer-Micro-Buchse. Die kann man z.
B. bei einer Telfonkonferenz als Micro-Buchse verwenden. Nur: Sobald
dort ein Klinkenbstecker eingesteckt ist, schaltet der Lautsprecher ab.
Das ist ganz arg shlecht, weil man dann die anderen TN nicht mehr hören
kann. Was kann man tun, damit die Geräte-Lautsprecher trotz belegter
Klinken-Buchse einegschaltet bleiben?

Danke für die Hilfe.

Wolfgang
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Old March 26th 20, 02:32 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware
VanguardLH[_2_]
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Default HP-Notebook Ausio Ausgabe

Wolfgang Fieg wrote:

HP X 2 Notebook - WIN 10 Home

Das Gert hat eine kombinierte Kopfhrer-Micro-Buchse. Die kann man z.
B. bei einer Telfonkonferenz als Micro-Buchse verwenden. Nur: Sobald
dort ein Klinkenbstecker eingesteckt ist, schaltet der Lautsprecher ab.
Das ist ganz arg shlecht, weil man dann die anderen TN nicht mehr hren
kann. Was kann man tun, damit die Gerte-Lautsprecher trotz belegter
Klinken-Buchse einegschaltet bleiben?

Danke fr die Hilfe.

Wolfgang


Use a headset (both headphones and microphone) instead of separate
devices (speakers and mic).

Can you go into Sound Settings to select which device is used for
playback and which device is used for record? Right-click on the volume
icon in the system tray, select Sound Settings from the context menu,
and pick what you want for Output and what for Input.

You did not mention the model number of the x2. I picked one out of
many and found its manuals listed at:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product...443302/manuals

The user manual, page 6, shows the audio-out/audio-in jack, which says:

NOTE: When a device is connect to the jack, the computer speakers are
disabled.

Page 20 says:

Connecting headphones
You can connect wired headphones to the headphone jack or the audio-out
(headphone)/audio-in (microphone) combo jack on your computer.

Yet their pics listing the various parts of the computer only show the
audio-out/audio-in jack, and no headphone jack.
That means they expect you to plug in a headset (headphones + mic) and
not just headphones only or mic only.

Alternatively, use a USB microphone instead of a wired one into the
audio-out/audio-in jack.
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Old March 26th 20, 03:16 AM posted to alt.comp.hardware
Paul[_28_]
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Default HP-Notebook Ausio Ausgabe

Wolfgang Fieg wrote:
HP X 2 Notebook - WIN 10 Home

Das Gerät hat eine kombinierte Kopfhörer-Micro-Buchse. Die kann man z.
B. bei einer Telfonkonferenz als Micro-Buchse verwenden. Nur: Sobald
dort ein Klinkenbstecker eingesteckt ist, schaltet der Lautsprecher ab.
Das ist ganz arg shlecht, weil man dann die anderen TN nicht mehr hören
kann. Was kann man tun, damit die Geräte-Lautsprecher trotz belegter
Klinken-Buchse einegschaltet bleiben?

Danke für die Hilfe.

Wolfgang


Here is an example of simultaneous output.

https://www.intowindows.com/use-spea...in-windows-10/

By setting Speakers as Default device, plugging in headphones with microphone,
setting the Record tab to listen to the microphone, you can set something there
so that the headphones get the same signal as the speakers.

As for the jack itself, it's possible it is a 4 contact jack. A TRRS plug fits
into that. Tip-Ring-Ring-Sleeve. I do not have the pinout. It would be
similar to

S Ground
R Right-Headphone
R Left-Headphone
T Monophonic-microphone

The documentation also suggests "audio jack does not work with microphone-only devices".

Note that the pinout of the jack, is non-standard, as it's a four contact jack.
The reason a plain microphone will not work, is the microphone signal
needs to be on Tip. Yet, most microphones use a TRS, not a TRRS. To
make a microphone-only work, you need to wire up an adapter (TRS to TRRS).

Jack Headphone Headphone+Mic Mic-Only Mic-Only (Obscure) StereoMic

Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground Ground
Right Right Right Bias RightMic+Bias
Left Left Left Mic-In LeftMic+Bias
Mic Mic+Bias Mic+Bias

(TRRS) TRS TRRS TRS TRRS TRS
(works) (works) (no!) (unheard of (should work HDaudio,
wiring) but does not work)

Since you seem to have Headphone+Mic with TRRS, my guess is you will
need no horrible hardware experiments, and visiting the sound dialog
in Windows 10 will be sufficient to resolve the problem. The above
is a "guess" as to how the hardware works. I'm using the circumstantial
evidence provided, to make this guess. Only a circuit schematic could
verify this.

Paul
 




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