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Versión actual por: jayeff ,

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Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type for the computer.
 
It is designed for combined headphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, i.e. 4 pin plug, not for separate sockets that are on the motherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer i.e. 3 pin plug
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/frontmotherboard back panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone. I don’t know what you have on the front panel as you didn’t say, but if it has two sockets (headphones and microphone) then it will be the same
The audio sockets on the motherboard/frontmotherboard back panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone. I don’t know what you have on the front panel as you didn’t say, but if it has two sockets (headphones and microphone) then it will be the same
 
You need an [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|adapter - example only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug the adapter’s microphone plug into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into 2 x 3 wire plugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

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Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. Ittype for the computer.

It
is designed for combined headphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, i.e. 4 pin plug, not for separate sockets that are on the motherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer i.e. 3 pin plug
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. Ittype for the computer.

It
is designed for combined headphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, i.e. 4 pin plug, not for separate sockets that are on the motherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer i.e. 3 pin plug
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.
 
You need an [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|adapter - example only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug the adapter’s microphone plug into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into 2 x 3 wire plugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. It is designed for combined headphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, i.e. 4 pin plug, not for separate sockets that are on the motherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer.computer i.e. 3 pin plug
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. It is designed for combined headphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, i.e. 4 pin plug, not for separate sockets that are on the motherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer.computer i.e. 3 pin plug
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.
 
You need an [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|adapter - example only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug the adapter’s microphone plug into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into 2 x 3 wire plugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

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Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. ItisIt is designed for combined speaker/microphone socketsheadphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, not for separate onessockets that are on the motherboard/front panelmotherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer.
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. ItisIt is designed for combined speaker/microphone socketsheadphone/microphone sockets like in mobile phones, not for separate onessockets that are on the motherboard/front panelmotherboard’s connector and on the front panel of the computer.
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.
 
You need an [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|adapter - example only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug the adapter’s microphone plug into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into 2 x 3 wire plugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. Itis designed for combined speaker/microphone sockets, not for separate ones that are on the motherboard/front panel.
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.
 
You need a [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|an adapteran [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|adapter - example] onlyexample only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug itthe adapter’s microphone plug into the computer microphone socket.
You need a [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|an adapteran [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|adapter - example] onlyexample only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug itthe adapter’s microphone plug into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into 2 x 3 wire plugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. Itis designed for combined speaker/microphone sockets, not for separate ones that are on the motherboard/front panel.
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.
 
You need a [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219| anhttps://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|an adapter - exampleexample] only that you plug the microphone into and then plug it into the computer microphone socket.
You need a [https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219| anhttps://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219|an adapter - exampleexample] only that you plug the microphone into and then plug it into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into 2 x 3 wire plugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

Estatus:

open

Editado por: jayeff ,

Texto:

Hi
 
OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. Itis designed for combined speaker/microphone sockets, not for separate ones that are on the motherboard/front panel.
 
The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.
 
You need a [https://www.amazon.com/Rode-SC3-3-5mm-TRRS-Adaptor/dp/B00L6C8PNU|TRRS to TRShttps://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219| an adapter - example only]only that you plug the microphone into and then plug it into the computer microphone socket.
You need a [https://www.amazon.com/Rode-SC3-3-5mm-TRRS-Adaptor/dp/B00L6C8PNU|TRRS to TRShttps://www.ebay.com.au/itm/AUX-3-5mm-Audio-Microphone-Splitter-Cable-Female-to-Male-TRRS-Headphone-Adapter-/123367260219| an adapter - example only]only that you plug the microphone into and then plug it into the computer microphone socket.
 
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into a 32 x 3 wire plugplugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.
This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into a 32 x 3 wire plugplugs so that the microphone will be connected to the correct wires.

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Aporte original por: jayeff ,

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Hi

OK the problem is the microphone jack is the wrong type. Itis designed for combined speaker/microphone sockets, not for separate ones that are on the motherboard/front panel.

The audio sockets on the motherboard/front panel are two separate sockets, one for the speakers and one for the microphone.

You need a [https://www.amazon.com/Rode-SC3-3-5mm-TRRS-Adaptor/dp/B00L6C8PNU|TRRS to  TRS adapter - example only] that you plug the microphone into and then plug it into the computer microphone socket.

This adapter converts the 4 wire plug into a 3 wire plug so that the microphone will be connected  to the correct wires.

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