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4 conductor 'TRRS' headset for laptop?
I recently got a new HP Envy17 laptop.
But, my cheap ole microphone headset (for skype, etc.) does not work with it.
The problem is the laptop has some sort of jack I have never seen before with a 4 conductor 'TRRS' that puts the stereo headphones & mic all on the same connector.
My headset (and everything else I looked at) has a fan with 2 connectors; one for the stereo headphones & the other for the mic.
Anyone know where to look or what to look for to find the right headset with the correct connector for my laptop?
I suppose could go with a USB headset.... but then why would HP use this odd jack in the first place?
FYI according to http://pinouts.ru/PortableDevices/ip...k_pinout.shtml , Tip is left, ring is right, ring 2 is ground, sleeve is the mic. It's a standard connection.