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Old 02-14-2019, 09:07 PM
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Default Multiple Headsets On One PC

Hi all,

I have the Corsair Wireless Void Pro, and it's my favorite headset, not least because it fits my giant head.

I'd like to use multiple headsets when recording, and it would be great to just get a second Void Pro and have the PC audio go out to two devices.

I can handle virtual audio cables and such if the need arises, but is it possible at all? Will Windows recognize two Wireless Void Pro dongles as separate devices? Will they show up separately in the list of Windows audio devices? Will the mics show up separately as well?

Has anyone tried anything like this?

Thanks!
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Old 02-21-2019, 01:07 PM
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Windows itself will recognize the devices but you are limited to just one at a time unless you use a virtual audio cable. You may also run into issues with the two wireless devices working side by side or close proximity due to the limitation of the 2.4ghz wireless band.
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