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Windows: How can I redirect sound coming in from the mic to the speakers output

Windows: How can I redirect sound coming in from the mic to the speakers output

Scenario - I want to use my mic plug as a "line-in" input that will get mixed with the other audio being output to the speakers. How can this be done on Windows 7 / Vista?

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Guest [Entry]

"Windows 8.1

Right-click the volume-control icon in the notification area

Select Recording devices in the context menu

Find your microphone in the list of recording devices

Click Properties and go to the Listen tab
Check the Listen to this device checkbox

Windows 7

Click the volume control icon in the notification area

Click the speaker icon above the slider

In the properties dialog go the the Levels tab
Unmute the Microphone there:

Windows Vista

Go to the Control Panel
Click Hardware and Sound
Under Sound click Manage audio devices
Click Speakers and then Properties
In the properties dialog go the the Levels tab
Unmute the Microphone there."
Guest [Entry]

"Windows 10

Right click on speaker icon on task bar
Open sound settings
Under ""Input"", choose your input device and click ""Device properties""
Navigate to the ""Listen"" tab and check the box ""Listen to this device"" and choose appropriate output device"