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Old 10-27-2011, 06:03 PM   #1
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Default Is it possible to separate how you hear sound on your PC?

Is it possible to separate how you hear sound on your PC?

I would like to hear ventrilo and games through my headset but be able to play music through my stereo sound system I have hooked up to my computer. Currently using the Audio and microphone port in the front for my headset and the sound hookups directly on the board in the back for my stereo system.
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Old 10-28-2011, 08:52 AM   #2
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Default Re: Is it possible to separate how you hear sound on your PC?

First off, I hate that guy that posted on the forum you linked.

"Not that I know of. But this could be because my knowledge on computer is not that great."

What a useless post and a waste of time.

Ok, now on to your problem

Check this out! [Solved] Splitting Audio for headset and speakers - High-End-Audio - Audio

Good luck!

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Old 10-28-2011, 12:18 PM   #3
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Default Re: Is it possible to separate how you hear sound on your PC?

You can get splitters so you can have two headphones.
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Default Re: Is it possible to separate how you hear sound on your PC?

He means something else, say he wants to play one movie in Windows Media Player, and one movie in Media Player Classic. He wants to play the WMP movie in his headphones (through the front panel) and MPC movie through his speakers (back integrated audio port).

That's an example...

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He means something else, say he wants to play one movie in Windows Media Player, and one movie in Media Player Classic. He wants to play the WMP movie in his headphones (through the front panel) and MPC movie through his speakers (back integrated audio port).

That's an example...

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Thanks, that's exactly correct, thanks for your post. Ill check that thing out.
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