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05 Apr 2010  

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gmansa View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by notsograymatter View Post
I've never seen an audio splitter driver. I'd say that your best bet is to split the audio outside of your computer via a hardware splitter. If you're using HDMI you're most likely going to have to find some sort of HDMI splitter and then a HDMI to 3.5mm jack converter.
Thanks, I have thought about that, but there must be some type of audio splitter, I cant be the first person trying to do this.

I'm probably reading this wrong but....

Instead of going hardware, why not use a software player (Like Winamp) that allows you to choose the output audio device driver.

I can set Winamp to play music from my M-Audio Audiophile, while Media Player plays a DVD with audio going out the default Realtek deivce.

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