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Old March 8, 2011, 09:52 AM
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Windows doesn't support dual-audio outputs that I'm aware of.

The only way I can suggest to do this would be to use 3rd-party media playback software or codecs. They more commonly support having 2 audio output devices. I know ffdshow audio does for example. Of course, you're limited to what is able to use that codec then. Flash video, games, etc won't work.
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