Sound while streaming 3DS Screen?

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  1. Zekamon
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    I helped my friend installing A9LH and Luma CFW. His main goal was streaming his 3DS screen on the PC. But now he wants sound. I heard an AUX to AUX cable would work but how should he set it up?
     
  2. DrCrygor07

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    He can record the sound with audacity and an aux to aux cable as you said
     
  3. Zekamon
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    But how do you actually set it up?
     
  4. DrCrygor07

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    Maybe this video can help you
     
  5. wurstpistole

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    1. put aux cable into 3ds
    2. put other end in microfone input of pc
    3. start audacity
    4. click record
    5. ???
    6. profit
     
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    don't even need audacity. Just go to the sound settings on your PC and click "Listen to this device". Man 3DS sound on the PC and you record normally
     
  7. DrCrygor07

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    With audacity you can edit the sound tho
     
  8. PedroKeitawa

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    Well in this case i can easily use my Avermedia for recording the sound. The monitor of my PC is connect to the avermedia, for recording from Wii e PS3, so tecnichaly i can recorder even with that. One question tho: a 3,5mm cable is ok for recording right?
     
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    But that just records his USB Headset and we can't choose anything else on Audacity.
     
  10. DrCrygor07

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    Yes, a 3.5mm cable is good
     
  11. wurstpistole

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    Of course you can. There's a little drop down box next to a little microphone icon which lets you set the input that is recorded. If the input is working, then audacity will record it. If not, your input doesn't work. Simple as that.
     
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    Worth noting that a lot of computers now (laptops especially) are coming with combined microphone/headphone jacks, like on a cell phone. Going from the headphone jack on the 3DS to one of these will get you nowhere. Instead, you'll need a TRS to TRRS adapter—generally found for a couple of bucks on eBay. This is essentially a splitter which lets you plug a separate microphone and headset into a combined mic/headphone jack.

    In this scenario, you'll plug the 3DS headphone jack into the microphone input on the TRRS adapter. The headphone jack on the TRRS adapter will be where your PC outputs audio unless you set it to a separate device (on the PC), such as a USB headset.