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I play one game online (World of Tanks) ... the game itself works just fine with my 'plug-in' ear buds. I can hear in game and in a voice program at the same time. For almost 4 months, my bluetooth headphones paired and connected to my system allowing me to play World of Tanks AND use TeamSpeak3. However, my grandson (almost 2 years old) must've hit a certain button or something and now I can use my bluetooth headphones in TeamSpeak AND discord ... but it cancels out game sound within World of Tanks.


My testing has led me to believe that I need someone to help me figure out where the issue 'actually' is. If it ends up being World of Tanks, then I'll go to them. But, this site has ALWAYS been my best bet to help myself AND my friends with ANY computer issues. 


Please can you help me?

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inside of teamspeak you should be able to check for audio devices and see if you headset is selected.  If you can connect to teamspeak and talk to someone then you should be able to use it in game. 


Can't give specif instrucitons for the game as I don't play it and haven't used teamspeak in years. 

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