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Author Topic: QuickSoundSwitch  (Read 2232 times)


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« on: January 31, 2007, 01:10:09 AM »
introducing QuickSoundSwitch... a nice freeware with command-line support, no need to install.. :)

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QuickSoundSwitch is a small System Tray tool, which allows you to switch the default sound device with only one click.
It is useful for PCs with more than one soundcard (or for example soundcard + usb headset..)! A lot of windows programs like games, media players etc. are using the default windows sound device.
So, since I got two soundcards in my computer, I really got pissed about changeing the output device in the Control Panel all the time.

I was searching the web, but could not find a program to get rid of this..

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Re: QuickSoundSwitch
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2007, 02:20:13 AM »
Ah, looks good! I'm uxing the kX project driver for my SoundBlaster Live! soundcard and use AutoHotkey to switch between different kX settings. QuickSoundSwitch would be a good alternative if it doesn't use too many resources.