Controller needs to be connected with USB for party chat

I have my Xbox One setup in my living room (close to my laptop and TV).

When my wife wants to watch TV, I use the stream option in the Xbox App to play my games.

The problem for me is that whenever I want to join a party to speak with and hear my friends, I need to connect my controller with a USB cable to my laptop eventhough I'm only 6 ft away from my Xbox One.

If I don't connect the controller with USB, I'm unable to chat with my friends.

As soon as the streaming option takes over, the chat in- and output are taken over by my laptop.
The controller still works wireless for other inputs.

Is there a solution to my problem?

p.s.
Normally it wouldn't be a problem for me, but my friends keep complaining that my voice is crackling as soon as I use the stream option (tried different USB cables and controllers, not solved it). Whenever I turn of the streaming, the sound quality is good again.
Settings for sound in- and output are correct on my laptop (via controller).

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 6 Applies to:

mine works fine without being plugged in

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