See if anyone had ever seen anything like this. I run a USB 5.1 Headset. And I want to have my game sounds and skype/TS sounds on their own channels for when I record videos, so I can turn the game or voip sounds up/down/off independently. I have been using Virtual Audio Cable for this. But it's a pain since it gets overflows sometimes. And I can't seem to get 5.1 working with it, so my game sounds basically just get turned into stereo going through it defeating the purpose. I could just run Skype through my speakers, but then the headset will be blocking out some of the sound, so I will have to have the volume higher and people I'm talking to might be able to hear themselves. So my plan is basically to do this. Run Skype/TS to my front sound out. Then run that into my headset as well. If I was using a 3.5mm headset it would be super easy doing something like this. That is minus the dual split at the end, I wouldn't use that part. But since my headset is USB and it's 5.1 I don't want to just buy a 3.5mm to USB adapter and run my headset off that, to do the setup above as once again I will just end up being on stereo then. So I'm looking for a adapter that will allow me to mix that 3.5mm front jack right into my current usb headset, without forcing me to change my headset from usb. I was wondering if buying a USB to 3.5 would work. Then I would use that, then the split mentioned above, then another 3.5 to usb adapter to get it back into usb. I'm just not sure if the headset would maintain it's 5.1 after being passed through a 3.5mm like that for a while. Anyways, ideas here? And if you get a head ache thinking about this, or even reading it, I'm sorry, I been trying to put it all together in my head, and finally made sense of it, just cant find the adapter I want.