Audio Switch in a Mouse

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Introduction: Audio Switch in a Mouse

My wife was frustrated about the sound of the computer. Once the sound comes from the headset, once comed from the loudspeakers. Never from the correct one.

This is a cheap audio switch. It switch not just the sound but the headset microphone to the desktop mic.

Step 1: Requirements

3 stereo slot, for audio
3 mono slot, for microphones
1 two way switch
some two component glue putty
1 old mouse

It's just 510 HUF cca. $2.

Step 2: Assembly

Just make some holes into the mouse, get some glue putty and throw the sockets and the switch into it.

Step 3: Wiring

Solder the wires. The right two socket are the input, the downside four are the headset and loudspeaker output.

Step 4: Installing and Conclusion

Just screw the two side, and put the wires into the AudioSwitch1.0.
I make a sign the mic input, its easier plug.

My wife is full of smiles, at least :)

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    14 Discussions

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    Pjosker
    Pjosker

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I bought a device that does quite the same thing, without looking awesume.. So i am definitely thinking about building me one of these, but with 1-click power switches under each mouse button to control sound and mic separate.

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    nlyf
    nlyf

    9 years ago on Introduction

    hii :)) what's the reason why you innovate this cool gadget??

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    zWizart
    zWizart

    11 years ago on Introduction

    hmm nice.. but is it safe to only switch the ground and not to switch signal lines? can this do any harm to hardware or to degrade or deform sound? i'm asking 'couse the signal lines stay always connected here.

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    gyufi
    gyufi

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, you are right. More switches probably solves this problem.

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    craig3
    craig3

    12 years ago on Introduction

    what would the schematic look like if i used four stereo jacks instead of 2 stereo and 2 mono?

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    gyufi
    gyufi

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    If you have stereo microphones, you should wire it looks like the loudspeaker. But if you have mono mic, enough to solder the left channel. Use shielded wire instead unshielded.

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    craig3
    craig3

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    i just meant to hook speakers up into it instead of mics. should i just get rid of the switch and mono jacks, but then what do i do with the ground wires on the stareo if there is no mono to solder it to?

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    acaz93
    acaz93

    13 years ago on Introduction

    This is Neat, Very Cool11! But.... i haven't understood the wiring process , could you please post a quickie schematic , or something like thhat ? Thanks A lot

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    gyufi
    gyufi

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Sure, my mistake. I did upload it.

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    acaz93
    acaz93

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks a lot !1 so, I will make it as soon as possible

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    tiuk
    tiuk

    13 years ago on Introduction

    I love using old mice as project boxes. Nice one.