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Blue Snowball and Bose Speakers

I don't know where to post, but sorry, if it's wrong.

I am having a problem, with my microphone and speakers.
When I turn on my computer, the Snowball, work until I play ANY sound on the speakers (Bose companion 5).

When the sound then has played, the Snowball doesn't work anymore, and I have to disconnect the speakers, so I can get the Snowball to work again.

Basically -- They don't work at the same time.
They are both USB.

Hope there are any smart guys out there!

-CptRusty
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  1. I would update drivers for both from manufacturer's websites, and update chipset/USB drivers and test again.
  2. Yeah, it didn't work.. No drivers for either Snowball or Bose, and could not find any for chipset!
  3. what motherboard have you got?
  4. Asus p8z68 v pro
  5. Everything was up to date?

    Is it because they both are USB, and have their own soundcard?
  6. they should still both work together to my knowledge. Check what devices you have set up as recording and playback devices? (right click the volume symbol in taskbar)
  7. I've set the Bose and the snowball.
  8. mi1ez said:
    they should still both work together to my knowledge. Check what devices you have set up as recording and playback devices? (right click the volume symbol in taskbar)



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2SLjQmlHr_M&feature=youtu.be

    Check this! :D
  9. Best answer
    wow. That is weird. can you try pluggin one in a front USB and one in a rear panel USB?
  10. AAAAAAAANND.. Thank you!!

    Do you know why that is?
  11. Best answer selected by Cptrusty.
  12. I can only assume they're interrupting one another. perhaps the bus hasn't got enough.
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