This would be similar to sterio-left speaker on one output and sterio-right on another.ghand said:eg the speakers plays what is on Deck 1 and the headphones plays whats on deck 2
tipstir said:1/8" Stereo Dual Headphone Adapter
Mini-Plug Y Adapter
adapter is perfect for playing portable CD players on home systems! Can be used to separate left and right channel signals
There is 1/8 male that has 4-way female Y connectors... I can't find that image to show. That would allow you to hooked up speakers two set of head phones and more or you can use it inputs like IPOD, ZVUE, ZUNE, DVD Player things like that.!
Example my ZVUE has two 1/8 female stereo connections for two 1/8 male connections so lets say you and your friend could listen to music at the sametime with two different headsets. Or you could use mini stereo speakers L/R with 1/8 mini connector and you would be able to use a headset at the sametime. These images above would allow you do to that. I wish I could find the 4-way as you could be able to have 4 friends with headsets listen to same source or mix with speakers instead on the PC. It does work...
^^^^^ghand said:Thanks for the response guys..
just to elaborate on my question abit more, i am thinking of learning how to dj and the software i am using (traktor dj studio) requires both speakers and headphones to work simultaneously, but i want to know if it will work where different sounds come out of each
eg the speakers plays what is on Deck 1 and the headphones plays whats on deck 2
so on traktor it will have to recognise the headphones and the speakers as two seperate things (its kinda hard to explain..)
would this work with a headpohone splitter, or would i need something else
Also tipstir dont mean to sound rude, but i havent a clue what you mean, too many technical words, im a complete noob when it comes to technical computer things lol