So, first of all, I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask a question like this. If it isn't, my apologies; but I'd still very much appreciate it if someone could point me in the right direction would such be the case.
I'm in the process of setting up a streaming setup for my PS4, using a capture card. All of it works fine, the capture card captures everything from the PS4 and outputs this nicely to my PC. I also got my feed to work in my streaming software (Streamlabs OBS).
The issue I'm having, however, is audio related. I have a USB headset, with which I would like to listen to both my PS4 audio (the game I'm playing) and my PC's audio (for any notifications coming through my streaming software and the like) at the same time. I have tried doing this by listening to the feed from my capture card, however the capture card's feed is not instantenous - there's about a second delay, which then obviously delays the audio as well.
Now, I have searched the internet for quite a while to find a solution. A common solution I've seen is that people hook up the audio from their PS4 pads to the PC (with some sort of cable), however this can cause really bad static, which is not what I want.
Another solution, which is the one I've been leaning towards, is through the use of a mixer. The problem here, is that I'm really ignorant when it comes to audio. As I understand it, a mixer with simply two inputs and one output might do the trick(?), But sadly as I'm not knowledgeable at all, I'm not even sure how to hook this all up. My best guess would be to use the headphone jacks on both my PC and PS4, and hooking them up to the two inputs on the mixer using 3.5mm male to male cables, and then simply plugging my headphones into the mixer as well. But thinking about it, that may be way too straightforward haha.
But yeah, any help would be appreciated guys. Thanks a lot in advance.