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no answer to this in months!
I desperately need to have the ClearChat either
1. work with the speakers both on!
2. Switch from one to the other properly!
Please support answer this.,
06-12-2009 12:42 PM
The simple answer to this question is YES you can have sound produced by both Logitech USB headset and normal speakers setup. You cannot do this with Windows alone. All you need to have is an another program called Virtual Audio Cable which transfer an input audio stream digitally (lossless quality) through vitutal audio cable device which in turn split the signal to both Logitech USB headset and speakers using Audio Repeater.
For more info: visit this blog that mentions about the method. By doing this, I am able to use my Logitech USB wireless ClearChat headset and my normal speakers at the same time.
Hope it helps
06-12-2009 03:28 PM
I will leave the same question on your blog
I see you have the repeater run twice. Do you have to configure all this every time you start the computer?
06-12-2009 03:55 PM - edited 06-12-2009 03:57 PM
yes you do have to reconfigure everytime which kindda s*cks. What i do is to just leave those 2 repeaters on my taskbar. I know it would be better if the program starst automatically and remember its wave-in and wave-out options.
So far this is the best solution I've found for this kind of need. Hopefullly, Logitech can develope something similar to satisfy its customers like us.
06-12-2009 04:12 PM
yeah,, right now I am only using the headset for skype calls
so I keep my speakers at default and have to select the headset in the skype settings every time I start
that works also
but still is not optimal
Hell it only took microsoft 5-10 years to figure out, people may want to hear sounds from multiple applications at once, like music and system sounds. Now they just gotta figure out, that maybe we might just possibly have more than one output device as well!