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krusty445

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Hi everyone,

I'm wondering if it is possible to do the following and if so how to do it.

I currently have a headset (not normal, just the two jack pins) And am wondering if i can possibly reroute the computer to give me only voice (In this case an online ATC program run with Flight Sim) in my headset and Flight Sim sound in the speakers. Basically what i want is for the ATC voice to be in my headset and not the Flight sim engine sounds etc etc.

Hope someone can help,

Many Thanks,
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Only if the voice and SIM sounds are on separate channels then you could arrange to separate the left and right according to how you want it. I'm sure there's a more sophisticated way using audio lab filters which are out of reach of the average person without a large cash outlay.

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Well i think they are as the ATC voice program called Squawk box runs independently in FS. So how can i do this?
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This can be done ($$$$) with the same kind of bandpass filters that are in your stereo speaker cabnit to seperate bass, midrange, and treble. Human voice ranges in the higher audible frequency while other sounds may be lower. I suggest that you talk to some one at a store like radio shack to find out the cost first as this may need an expensive mixer to seperate the sounds.
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