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Audio Input for a All-In-One 23-q026

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I've been frustratingly trying to record audio onto my computer.  I have the input line going into the speaker/microphone line on the bottom of the computer, but I can't find out to set that as the input.  I've even tried using the HDMI cable as the input to no avail.  Many thanks for your help!  This is driving me crazy!

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Hi,

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum. The following ports are at the bottom of your machine

 

   

Figure : MarcusNT bottom I/O ports
MarcusNT bottom I/O ports
  1. USB 3.0: 2
  2. Headphone/Microphone combo port
  3. Memory card reader

Source:    http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c04722697

 

Port # 2 is a combo port and normally it won't support a stand alone microphone. It is designed for headsets. To be able to record sounds, please try the following option

 

     https://www.amazon.com/Unknown-345233-Sound-Card-Adaptor/dp/B0044EOQO4

 

or better card:

 

    https://www.startech.com/Cards-Adapters/Sound/USB-Audio/External-USB-Sound-Card~ICUSBAUDIOMH

 

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banhien
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Hi,

 

Welcome to HP Support Forum. The following ports are at the bottom of your machine

 

   

Figure : MarcusNT bottom I/O ports
MarcusNT bottom I/O ports
  1. USB 3.0: 2
  2. Headphone/Microphone combo port
  3. Memory card reader

Source:    http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c04722697

 

Port # 2 is a combo port and normally it won't support a stand alone microphone. It is designed for headsets. To be able to record sounds, please try the following option

 

     https://www.amazon.com/Unknown-345233-Sound-Card-Adaptor/dp/B0044EOQO4

 

or better card:

 

    https://www.startech.com/Cards-Adapters/Sound/USB-Audio/External-USB-Sound-Card~ICUSBAUDIOMH

 

Regards.

BH
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Thank you so much for the quick and helpful reply!

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@JayPitt wrote:

I've been frustratingly trying to record audio onto my computer.  I have the input line going into the speaker/microphone line on the bottom of the computer, but I can't find out to set that as the input.  I've even tried using the HDMI cable as the input to no avail.  Many thanks for your help!  This is driving me crazy!


 

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