my realtek card has this option but I never used it;
please review the attached file
Wow... Talk about the perfect response/solution. I have never tried to separate 2 audio sources on a computer and did not know the option existed. Your screenshot makes it perfectly clear that it can be done.
Is that from a PC, and if so, is it built in or on an after market audio card?
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wow, i didn't know this feature, my card has it too, by default it's disabled, after enabled, there's two sound devices choices, so i can set the first device as default(rear), so the game will use it, then use a media player that can choose which sound device. thanks dude, repped.
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