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Is there such thing as a computer monitor with two headphone jacks?


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2016-08-04 05:46:00
2016-08-04 05:46:00

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

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