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Using Y splitter, can get sound OR mic to work, not both
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Henri Aroyan

I'm using a V-MODA mic with a pair of Philips SHP9500 headphones. I've been using this set up for a little over a year without issue. Yesterday, my microphone stopped receiving. I did some testing and both the headset and mic work without the splitter. So obviously I figured the Y adapter was the issue. This morning I ran to Radioshack and picked up a new adapter but I'm having the same issue.
The green plug on the adapter will work if plugged in for the headphones or the microphone. The pink plug on the adapter doesn't work for either port. I'm pretty sure I got the right adapter: Dual 3.5mm male to 3.5mm stereo female.
Any help or insight would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Chao Yu

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