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sephiroth111 04-06-2006 05:09 PM

Sound problem
 
my friend has a HP pavilion zv6000 does anyone know if there is a program that reverses the mic and the headphone jacks, apparently there is a program that does it for the AC'97 chip but i cant find it, any clues?
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CEpeep 04-06-2006 05:41 PM

Re: Sound problem
 
> my friend has a HP pavilion zv6000 does anyone know if there
> is a program that reverses the mic and the headphone jacks,
> apparently there is a program that does it for the AC'97
> chip but i cant find it, any clues?
>

I'm surprised such a thing is even possible. Audigy and Swamp are the resident sound gurus, so maybe one of them can help you out.
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Kijutsu 04-07-2006 04:34 AM

Re: Sound problem
 
> I'm surprised such a thing is even possible. Audigy and
> Swamp are the resident sound gurus, so maybe one of them can
> help you out.

Unless there's some fancy shit out there, it's not.

Microphones and headphones are hard wired differently. You can remap outputs differently because it's just a small software swap to choose which channels are output where, but to swap input and output is probably impossible.
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Audigy 04-07-2006 02:13 PM

Re: Sound problem
 
> does anyone know if there
> is a program that reverses the mic and the headphone >jacks?

I've never heard of such a thing.
I don't deal in motherboard audio anyway. ;D
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sephiroth111 04-08-2006 03:50 PM

Re: Sound problem
 
> Microphones and headphones are hard wired differently. You
> can remap outputs differently because it's just a small
> software swap to choose which channels are output where, but
> to swap input and output is probably impossible.

so its safe to call bullshit. now i dont have to look anymore for this guy.

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Kijutsu 04-08-2006 09:56 PM

Re: Sound problem
 
> so its safe to call bullshit. now i dont have to look
> anymore for this guy.

If it were me, yes I'd call bullshit and move on.
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MasterHD 04-21-2006 03:46 AM

Re: Sound problem
 
The last 3 motherboards I have bought with onboard sound have used this Realtek Audio thing. To clear up, yes you can switch the jacks around, but I dont think you can choose specifically which jacks you want to be what.

The 2 allowable confuigurations of the jacks are shown below.

Normal:
Pink - Mic in
Green - Line out
Blue - Line in

Surround Sound:
Pink -Side Speaker Out
Green - Sub/Center
Blue - Rear R/L

With the 2nd config you just use the front panel green and pink for the mic and headphones.
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Kijutsu 04-21-2006 04:09 AM

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> With the 2nd config you just use the front panel green and
> pink for the mic and headphones.

This is true. I didn't think about that. But for what he's wanting, i don't think he'll have any luck.
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