Tagged: 180042, B00TMTW6JI, speakers headphone switch
KASJuly 13, 2015 at 9:21 pmPost count: 0
Just received the control. My question is if green plugged into headphone jack of computer and something else plugged into the auxillary input, will they both be out to the black wire (or headphones depending on switch position)? Ex. If playing iTunes and have an iPad plugged into aux, will it play both on track on top of the other? Or will it default to one input or the other if a signal is received from both?DrokKeymasterJuly 14, 2015 at 3:45 amPost count: 2969DrokKeymasterJuly 14, 2015 at 7:50 amPost count: 2969
Do you mean the headset/speaker switcher? it is very easy to use.
let me make it more clearly.
Green plug: plug into plugged into headphone jack of computer
Black Plug: Plug into your speaker
Headset Marked: connect to your Headset.
Audio Input: connect to any audio device input. for example your ipad, phone, mp3 etc.
Now, you can press the switch button. then the headset or speaker will switch to play the music.
Best regardsVictorJuly 4, 2017 at 9:00 pmPost count: 0
No it this controller: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MV411BR?psc=1
And I am not looking for how to use it. I am trying to figure out if I can interface with it from my C# application. Here are my requirements:
1. Ability to react to button press and release separately
– I am able to handle volume UP/DOWN Mute/Unmute events
– I am not able to handle button press; only release
2. Ability to attach multiple buttons
– I cannot distinct between two buttons attached to my laptop. For some reasons they are coming through as fake keyboards but most importantly I cant seem to get hardware id with the press event. Any pointers on how to accomplish that would be greatly appreciated.