06-25-2019 01:18 PM - edited 06-25-2019 01:22 PM
My notebook doesn't detect my lavalier external microphone
My Sleekbook HP Pavilion 15-b123es has a combo jack (headphones / microphone). It only uses IDT high definition audio controller (it doesn't accept Realtek audio controller)
It doesn't recognize my lavalier microphone: Shure MVL/A
My question is: Can someone ensure me that if I buy this adapter then the notebook will recognize the external microphone?
Thank you very much!!
06-25-2019 03:39 PM
I know many people try a splitter (or Y adapter, your last image) but the chance is 50/50. They have to use USB microphone or an USB sound card with microphone in.
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06-29-2019 03:56 AM
One of these two options will really work 100% my computer, right?
OPTION 1: USB sound card with microphone in
One of quality is too expensive for me now, I have already spent a lot of money with the microphone
And the only thing I have found is this USB Sound Card:
the problem is that it cancels the sound card of the motherboard of the computer and therefore the audio loses quality and I need to make a professional recording with few resources.
I need a USB adapter that allows my computer to detect the microphone and at the same time allow me to use the sound card of my computer
OPTION 2: USB microphone
I bought this microphone, Shure MVLA:
It end in TRRS
it ends in TRRS, so I also bought this TRRS to TRS adapter:
I understand that the solution would be to buy a TRRS to USB adapter, to "convert" this microphone into a "USB microphone",
Will this work?
but I want to be able to use the sound card of my computer and I see that these adapters are at the same time "sound card" that replace the sound card of my computer and lose quality.
I need your advice please. Thank you!