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Author Topic: Is there a software to change the default soundcard for different programs?  (Read 1823 times)

Musubi

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Ok I'm using windows 7, and  I have two soundcards one for headphones and one for speakers. The thing i want to do is to listen to music on foobar and to listen to audiobooks on traut, I couldn't find an option in that program to set the default soundcard so i would like to asks you: Is there a program that can set the default soundcard for different programs? So I could set the default soundcard for trout to be the headphone one?
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Musubi,

This looks like it hasn’t been updated since February 2007 but it might be worth a try. It claims to pretty much do what you are asking - it puts an icon in the system tray and lets you switch sound cards with one click. I haven't tried it.

Give it a shot and let us know if it worked.

http://www.quicksoundswitch.toflo.de/eng/index.html

Jim

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Windows 7 has a good sound manager, I wanted something that's program specific.
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