|14 Jul 2010||#2|
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To do this you have to have programs that have individually selectable output devices.
A perfect example is the free/donateware audio editor "Audacity". You can select any available device for input and output.
If you use something like Winamp to play music, you can choose the output device, at least you could on the older Winamp classic. If Ventrillo can set it's output device... then you would be in business.
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