How do I connect two audio devices to one output?
How can I output audio to multiple devices in Windows 10?
- Enable Stereo Mix. Right-click the Speakers icon on the system tray and select Sounds.
- Select Output Devices to play audio from specific apps. To select audio output for specific software, right-click the Speakers icon and select Open Sound settings.
Can a speaker have two inputs?
YES! the new Bose Companion Series III is a set of nice $99 speakers that has two inputs that can be used simultaneously.
What is an RCA auxiliary input?
The AUX input is basically a plug that he. It is a female jack plug. It is used to allow you to connect an external or an extra analog audio source to your sound system. You can find it in smaller audio devices. Common Home Hi Fi devices use RCA plugs instead.
What is stereo audio input?
A stereo analog audio connection is used to send 2-channel analog audio signals between devices. It supports stereo audio only. It can also be used for mono audio. If so, then just one of the connections is required.
Can I have two separate audio outputs on a dual monitor setup?
Yes you just need to go into your gfx card control panel. Under the multiple. Monitor section should be audio output drop-down for both monitors.
How do I get both monitors to play sound?
Go into properties and go to the listen tab and select listen to device which will “listen” for the sound in your main device. Underneath that button their is a menu “playback through this device” and select the second device i.e. your second monitor.
Why do my speakers have two inputs?
The two sets of terminals are usually for the low frequency drivers and the high frequency drivers. If you have multiple amps you would bi-wire. Some people bi-wire to lower the total resistance between a single amp and the speakers. The speakers will come with a jumper between the two sets of terminals.
Why do speakers have 4 inputs?
Speakers have 4 terminals to allow for bi-wiring connections. Speakers with 4 terminals offer split connections, which creates two sections. Firstly, the mid and high-frequency drivers are connected to one set of terminals, and the low-frequency drivers are connected to the other set.
Can you connect RCA to aux?
If you have an line level RCA audio output it should work fine into any aux input. If the aux input has a 3.5mm stereo mini jack then you will need a cable with 2 RCA at one end and the stereo mini plug at the other. They also make adapters if you already have a cable you want to use.