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Is there any possible way to hear AUDIO both through Bluetooth (headphone paired with LAPTOP) and through audio jack(wired) simultaneously?PLZ HELP

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yep, you can buy a splitter cable

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How do you want to split Bluetooth with a cable?

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Here's why it usually fails.

There is some lag in Bluetooth audio and not in the laptop speakers. So to avoid everyone asking why, it's just not done.

That aside it may be possible to override this with some virtual audio cable like https://www.vb-audio.com/Cable/ but I will not answer questions on its use. You ask them or their forum.

What it sounds like is called stadium echo. And very annoying to those that didn't expect it.

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