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30 Apr 2015   #1
iTRiP

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Windows 7 64Bit, Speakers Audible or Mute when Headphones in use.

Seen some posts here in Sound & Audio section regarding this topic.

What is the Universal Windows 7 method to do this ^(see title)^ regardless of hardware or drivers used?

Edit: Looking for default Windows method to control this function. (Registry or other)


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30 Apr 2015   #2
fireberd

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The default on most is mute the speakers when headset is plugged in. Some sound hardware, such as Realtek, have options to mute the speakers when a headset is plugged in or not to mute the speakers.

I assume this is your question.
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08 May 2015   #3
iTRiP

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Edit: Looking for default Windows method to control this function. (Registry or other)



Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fireberd View Post
The default on most is mute the speakers when headset is plugged in. Some sound hardware, such as Realtek, have options to mute the speakers when a headset is plugged in or not to mute the speakers.

I assume this is your question.
Yes. true. Alas I knew that, that's why I was asking if anybody knew what the alternative is to the modern default behaviour, hence the question remains:


"What is the Universal Windows 7 method to do this ^(see title)^ regardless of hardware or drivers used?"


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fireberd View Post
What "default"? Its a function of how the specific sound hardware and its software control (if it has one). e.g. with Realtek, the Realtek HD Audio Manager has this option.
Right so the "function" is normally an adjustable option when one has the specific hardware's software installed to control how it behaves.

However windows and the registry control should be able to do the same "function" if we are able to implement it our self.

By "default" I am extrapolating drivers only, thus function without software.
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09 May 2015   #4
fireberd

Windows 10 64 bit
 
 

What "default"? Its a function of how the specific sound hardware and its software control (if it has one). e.g. with Realtek, the Realtek HD Audio Manager has this option.
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12 May 2015   #5
iTRiP

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by iTRiP View Post

"What is the Universal Windows 7 method to do this ^(see title)^ regardless of hardware or drivers used?"

By "default" I am extrapolating drivers only, thus function without software.
...add to that regardless of control software as well.

Anyone have an answer on this?
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