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hoepla
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I want to send the sound from my amp to my computer (and listen to it by the speakers of with a headphone). How can I do this? Can anybody please help me wich settings I would have to use?
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banhien
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@hoepla

 

I think your machine is the following one

 

   http://www8.hp.com/h20195/V2/GetPDF.aspx/c05365197

 

I can't read the language but it only has

 

2 USB 2.0
2 USB 3.0
1 USB 3.0 Type-C™
1 hoofdtelefoon/microfoon combo (I think headphones/microphone)
3-in-1 geheugenkaartlezer (I think this is the memory card reader).

 

I don't know what is your amplifier, I think it mst have line out. One thing you may be able to try is using an USB sound card with line in. There are many around, example:

 

       http://computers.mwave.com.au/electronics/Usb-Sound-Card

 

Now you can connect line out from your amp to line in on the adapter.

 

Regards.

BH
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Tx for your reply banhien.

 

 

I would like tu use the

headphones/mic (instead of usb) cause there's no latency then. But I can't seem to get the sound playing. 

 

I use my amp line out to connect to it. I dont understand which settings I would have to use top hear some sound.

For record I can choose between

-microphone array

- stereo mix

or microphone

 

and all of these can be set as -ready, standard or standardcommunication.

 

And for playing I can choose between realtekhd audio or 2nd realtek hd audio

all of these can be also set as -ready, standard or standardcommunication.

 

I'm lost in configuration.

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@hoepla wrote:

.. I would like tu use the

headphones/mic (instead of usb) cause there's no latency then...


Hi,

 

No, that port won't work, it is NOT a line in port. In many cases, this port won't accept a standalone microphone.

 

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