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connecting headset(has 2 plugs) at soundcard

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i connect the headset with red and green at soundcard,when i put on my speakers and the headset ,i get a reel annoying beepingsound from out speakers,what went wrong,do i need only red or green to use or both?
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On the headset the red jack is the mike and the green jack is the audio input.  They should go in the matching colored sockets on the sound card of course.  Note that the green socket is the "speaker out" so I am curious how your speakers are connected.  There is also a possibility of mike/speaker feedback.  Try unplugging the red jack and see if that fixes the problem.  If it does, you will either have to mute the mike from software or unplug it whenever the speakers are in use (ok with headset though).
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