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Old 12th June 2015, 15:38   #9
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Originally Posted by Dr.Flay View Post
If you have a desktop then you may find that your multi-channel sound card can split the front and rear as 2 separate outputs.
This is a common feature in modern Realtek drivers.
Well, the Realtek sound device is actually an IC chip on the motherboard (not a separate sound card). However, Radiofreak1041 may also be calling this sound chip a sound card. It's important to try to use the correct terminology when seeking forum help with computer related issues.

I can see how 2 media players could output 2 different things at the same time using this feature, but I don't understand how the output from an different media player gets routed to Winamp so that it can output the same thing with DSP enhancements (your link is in a language I can't read ).

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