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I just bought a headset/microphone, to use on dialpad.com.

I know where to plug in the microphone, but the headset is a mystery.  I don't have a line out, only line in, speaker and microphone.  I don't want to unplug my speakers....

My modem has a spot for microphone and speakers, but I imagine that is for telephony use only.  The thing is an ISA Cirrus Chip modem, and I have no instructions for its use.

HELP?

Do they make a little splitter that plugs into the speaker jack of the sound card and I can plug in both the speakers and headset?  I would like to be able to turn off my speakers for privacy (thats why I don't just let the sound go through the speakers).

Thanks
Scott
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Yes they make splitters that will do what you want.
Radio Shack has them as well as almost any store that sells audio equipment
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Radio Shack has a splitter that has a volume control on it to shut off the sound to the speakers
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