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Thrustmaster T-Flight headset and P3dv4 problem

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Hi Folks,

If this is the wrong forum someone please move it. My old headset with a USB connection bit the dust, and I bought a new one from Thrustmaster couple days ago. It has 2 pins that plug into the front of the computer. When plugged it triggers the ASUS mobo thing called "SupremeFX". I am not sure what to do with it.

I want all sounds other than voice to come through the speakers, and voice only [ATIS] through the headset. I can't figure out how to do this. Opening sound in P3D doesn't give an option for the headset, and neither do i see it in Win10 sound adjustment.

Can anyone suggest a solution? If it won't split sound unless its USB I will have to return it.

Thanks much!


Lennie, Henderson, North Carolina. Piper Warrior II pilot; Volairsim cockpit; Corsair 750D case; Corsair 850W PS; Maximus IX MoBo; Samsung EVO 850 SSD; Toshiba 3TB ExtHD; 3-ASUS Proart 24" monitors; 2-GTX 1080ti video cards; I7-7700k CPU; Saitek instruments and panels - SPAD, MFG Crosswind rudder pedals; Brunner CLS-E yoke and Go-Flight throttle; Win10 Pro; P3Dv4, PTA, Active Sky, and lots of ORBX stuff.

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I had hoped someone would comment on this. If the Thrustmaster with pins will not separate voice from background I have to return it and get one with a UBS connection. Advice please!


Lennie, Henderson, North Carolina. Piper Warrior II pilot; Volairsim cockpit; Corsair 750D case; Corsair 850W PS; Maximus IX MoBo; Samsung EVO 850 SSD; Toshiba 3TB ExtHD; 3-ASUS Proart 24" monitors; 2-GTX 1080ti video cards; I7-7700k CPU; Saitek instruments and panels - SPAD, MFG Crosswind rudder pedals; Brunner CLS-E yoke and Go-Flight throttle; Win10 Pro; P3Dv4, PTA, Active Sky, and lots of ORBX stuff.

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Lennie,

Your Headset is plugged into the Sound Card.  The Sound Card may or may not have an ability to provide "Multiple" Output devices.  There were some at one point that did allow you to treat the 5.1 Audio instead as separate Audio outputs -- ie you were able to have a 2.1 or even 3.1 for your main Audio and then use what would have been the "rear" speakers to instead be a second separate Stereo output.

I have not seen this on a Mobo Chipset though in a long long time....if ever as I might still be mistaken with a system that had a sandblaster board that had this feature.

For me I have used a couple of USB Audio Sound Cards to "increase" my discrete outputs.  You can find them in all kinds of price ranges :).

Search on amazon 🙂

https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=USB+analog+audio+sound+card&ref=nb_sb_noss

 


Les O'Reilly

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