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Can you use a headphone jack as an auxillary audio out jack?


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2010-10-19 04:17:34
2010-10-19 04:17:34

Yes, but need amplification.


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If the television has audio out jacks you can use a wireless headset, or you can connect the audio out to an amplifier that has a headphone jack. You will not be able to plug into you TV but if you have a VCR attached plug your headset into it. There is also a device that transmits the audio signal to a wireless headset.

Many televisions do not have headphone jacks anymore. Almost every TV that has a headphone jack will shut off its internal speakers when the headphones are connected. You should look at wireless headphones that will connect to the audio output of the television instead of the headphone jack if you need to use both at the same time.

Somehow my headphone jack in my laptop broke. Since I do not use the mic jack, is there any way to convert the mic jack into a headphone jack? I really need help. I have a windows 8.

Yes, as long as your computer is equipped with an analog headphone or speaker jack (most are).

it only has one headphone jack, but you can use a splitter.

Yes. The Eternity is a very rare breed of Samsung phones that do not require the proprietary headphone jack as with most of their other phones. You can use any standard headphone jack with the samsung eternity.

Put the metal end into the headphone jack. The jack is at the bottom.

If there is a 3.5mm jack socket on the television, it is almost certain to be a headphone output. Other connectors such as RCA (phono) connectors are not intended for headphone use. It's always worth checking the manual first, just to be sure.

Pretty much all of them, as long as they use a headphone jack you should be set!

"The audio setting on the CD player was too high." "The video and audio on the TV program were not synchronized." "There is an audio jack on your computer that you can use for your headphones."

Headphone splitters are a device you can use to plug into your headphone jack and then attach other headphones to it. Headphone splitters make it so you can share music with more than one person at a time, with everyone using their own set of headphones.

to elaborate on the question, I want to get a monitor that has a microphone jack and a headphone jack so that I don't need to use the single headphone jack on my laptop, I also want to use the headset with my PlayStation 4 and so I would like to know if I could get a computer monitor that I can plug a headset into like the Logitech G230 or G430 and still be able to use the microphone and ear phones

You can use it like this: I have a headphone.

You put the headphone in your ears.

There is a 1/4" headphone port located at the back of the PSR-295; plug your headphones into that and the audio is transferred to the headphone instead of the speakers. If your headphones use a 1/8" plug, you'll need an adapter.

It has a micro (not mini) usb jack that only works with the crappy LG buds. The Motorola adapter does not work. Only choices are to use bluetooth headphones or one of those bluetooth receivers that output to 3.5mm headphone jack.

First off, your Kindle needs to have a standard 3.5mm output audio jack. If it doesn't have that, then you can't use the Kindle with your Beats headphones. If it does have a standard 3.5mm output audio jack, simply plug the 3.5mm cable that comes with the headphones into the headphone jack. Some Beats headphones come with either a 1/4 inch cable or cable adapter; in which case you must either use the other cable provided with your Beats headphones, or remove the adapter.

Yes you can but connect it like this Guitar>amp, amp > 6.35mm , 3.5mm > Computer, Computer > an audio recording program like Audacity , for the amp i would preferably use a line 6 spider 4

No. Most CD-ROM drives, back when they were introduced, were completely autonomous. Using buttons on the front of the drive, and either the headphone jack or a wire to the sound card, you could play an audio CD without any CPU or RAM being used at all.

You can if they provide their own power(you have to plug them into the wall) and they have a audio plug that will plug into you tv like a headphone jack. but usually a tv's speakers are better than standard computer speakers if they are built into your computer then you cant use them except for your computer.

You'll need a standard-to-mini adapter, which you can buy at any audio store for only a few dollars.

A 3.5mm audio jack is the standard plug in cable for most audio devices mostly used for plugging in headphones into a computer, mp3 or mobile phone or using an aux cable from a music device into a speaker or stereo system

Provided that your laptop has a microphone minijack you can use it as you would with any other computer. Typically the microphone jack has a red ring and is found by the headphone jack. If your laptop lacks this input you can still use a USB-enabled microphone.

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