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Possible to get 1 audio source to got to 2 outputs

Psychopenguin666

8 months ago

I want to get my computer to have sound going to 2 different headsets, one of them is USB and one is a aux cable, I've tried to use the stereo mix with Realtek drivers but it seems to mess up the sound when playing games and other programs, Any suggestions?

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  • 8 months ago
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I've played a little bit with Voicemeeter which can handle stuff like this (one input to two outputs or multiple inputs to one output). It may be worth a try. Here is a tutorial that describes both the Realtek method (which you tried) and the Voicemeeter setup: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpvae_2WOSQ.

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