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Windows 7: USE MULTIPLE DEVICES 7 x64

27 Mar 2010   #1
cintichris

7 Ultimate 64
 
 
USE MULTIPLE DEVICES 7 x64

I want to use the audio simultaneously from my ati 4550 HDMI, Sony blue-tooth speaker via usb BT dongle, 3.5mm jacks on my mobo, and also from a spdif and digital coax linked to the mobo via on board header to expansion bracket with ports.

I know this all may sound like overkill, however I don't have the funds for high end switches / replicators, etc. So manually changing them has been a hassle.

I have done some reading and I know se7en doesn't let you. I did this with xp x64.

Anyone know of a "work-around" or hack to enable all devices at once?

Intel E2140
Intel DQ965CO
4gb Kingston 667mhz
MSI r4550
Ultra MD3 Dashboard
Gyration RF MCE Universal Remote


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27 Mar 2010   #2
fireberd

Windows 7/10 64 bit
 
 

From what I see, you can only have one "Default" Playback device so I doubt that what you want to do can be accomplished.
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27 Mar 2010   #3
CommonTater

XP Pro SP3 X86 / Win7 Pro X86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by cintichris View Post
I want to use the audio simultaneously from my ati 4550 HDMI, Sony blue-tooth speaker via usb BT dongle, 3.5mm jacks on my mobo, and also from a spdif and digital coax linked to the mobo via on board header to expansion bracket with ports.

I know this all may sound like overkill, however I don't have the funds for high end switches / replicators, etc. So manually changing them has been a hassle.

I have done some reading and I know se7en doesn't let you. I did this with xp x64.

Anyone know of a "work-around" or hack to enable all devices at once?

Intel E2140
Intel DQ965CO
4gb Kingston 667mhz
MSI r4550
Ultra MD3 Dashboard
Gyration RF MCE Universal Remote
Do your individual softwares have settings that allow you to select your output devices (I know MPClassic and several other media players do). In that case you can set it inside the program and not worry about it.

If you want all outputs playing the same sounds at the same time... You're probably talking about custom software of some kind.
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