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Is there any way to have two separate headsets to permit two users to hear and speak using a MacBook Pro. This would enable a speech therapist to work with a student. I also thought it would be useful to allow two students to work with garageband at the same time to avoid having as much background noise when working in a classroom situation. Is this possible?
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A really simple solution would be to go to your local electronics store and buy two 3.5mm audio splitters. Then you could just plug two headsets into one set of jacks.

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I will try that. Thanks
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The splitter works beautifully. Using the internal mic on the MBPro allows for communication to the other end. Thanks so much for the help.
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No problem. Glad I could help.

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