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rob.jarvis

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Is it possible to have two separate audio outputs at the same time?

My idea is for one person sitting at the PC listening to CDs, for example, while a second person sitting in another room listening to internet radio fed from a separate audio output.
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Yes, definately possible. Onboard audio on my motherboard allows me to do that, I could output 3 if I wanted to. Sometimes, I output my spks on my computer and output to the home theatre system, so YES its definately possible to output separate audio ports at the same time.

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Good. How do I do it?

I've got an Asus A8N-SLI Premium with on-board Realtek ALC850 8-channel sound.
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Lol, well it depends with your motherboard and the audio program they give ya, but I use RealTek Sound Manager.

Look in: start>control panel>and search for RealTek or an audio program that seems to be put in there by your motherboard.

You can check your Asus disc for the name, drivers, and application for your sound.

RealTek Sound Manager: If you have the same one as I, go to speaker config>UAJ Automatic>Click ports and change to Headphone/Speaker.

*Note*--Some motherboards do not let you change the port configuration on-the-fly. Just search around a bit and you'll get it. Try googling "Asus A8N-SLI Premium Review"
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