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Headphone recognized as Speakers


yousaf465

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Previously I had Microsoft LX-3000 USB headphone, windows used to recognized those as headphone, but these new

HP USB headphone are recognized as Speakers. How I can I change it ?
 

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Does the headsets work OK? It may just be the way HP has these set up and nothing actually wrong.
 

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yousaf465

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yes, and no.

Sound is Ok, but it affects the behavior of Skype, I can't use it skype, as it think it a speaker and start ringing in it. With LX-3000 it Skype used to use Laptop speaker for ringing and headphone for conversation.
 

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I don't know how you would change it. It looks like a function of the HP driver for the USB headset.
 

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yousaf465

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I remember, in Windows XP or earlier you had the option to choose what type of audio device is connected. Headphone or speaker.
 

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yousaf465

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Now without any reason, it is recognizing it as a headset :think: So there must be some way to change that.
 

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I bought a set of Skype headphones, really excellent quality, but do not plug them in until required, rest of sound is fine.
 

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