I can answer questions regarding computer audio both speakers and sound cards, and their interactions with one another. In addition to being able to answer questions regarding the purchase and maintinence of such devices.
Roughly a decade of experience with PC hardware and audio applications. Avid computer and audio enthusiast.
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That would be a global loop-back, and wouldn't create harm, but will capture *all* output audio which may create an "echo" if you play that captured signal back at once. Another option for capturing audio
It may work (assuming the adapter and headphones pair appropriately, and that the adapter is compatible with your operating system), but it would seem more logical to me to just purchase a complete wireless
For future reference Gigabyte does still have this product listed on their website: http://hu.gigabyte.com/products/page/mb/ga-ma790xt-ud4p_10/ The manual is available here: http://download1.gigabyte.us/Files/Manual/motherboard_manual_ga-ma790xt-ud4p_e
I think there may be some confusion on units of measure here: - 1MB is equal to 1024KB, or roughly 1 million bytes. - 1GB is equal to 1024MB, or roughly 1 billion bytes. With your system, unless
Could you explain better the "static"? Does it seem to be related to, for example, moving the cursor, typing, or the hard-disk accessing? Or is it a constant noise? Have you tried changing the connecting