As the SoundComm headsets aren't designed to be used with computers, we wouldn't be able to advise on how to set one up to be used with your computer. You may be able to find a 3rd party DAC that would allow you to do this, but it is worth bearing in mind that most commercial DACs for home use will use a 3-pin XLR rather than the 4/5-pin XLR that the SoundComm uses (depending on the version of the B40 you have) as 3-pin XLRs are the most common version used for microphones.
If anyone in the Community has had any success using a SoundComm B40 with a computer, it would be great to hear how you managed this and what you used!
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