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GeneralWin7 Audio [modified] PinmemberKyudos28-Jan-14 10:44 
Apparently, audio in Win7 has been 'greatly improved'. Its been improved so much, it doesn't work in any sensible fashion. To me, audio output from my machine should be a single, global thing I don't want to control volume levels for lots of different apps - I want a system volume! Anyway, that's just one problem...
 
I just got a new machine and I have three monitors. Left is on HDMI, centre is on DVI with audio to rear jack, right is on VGA with audio to front jack. I was hoping to be able to have sound from all three monitors simultaneously, but it doesn't seem possible. From the Realtek control panel I can listen to all six speakers fine, but I only seem to be able to get the HDMI and one of the other monitors playing simultaneously.
 
I had hoped to route stereo left to the left monitor and right to the right monitor, with the centre balanced. Is the best I can get left and right on and centre off?
 
EDIT: Actually, even with the HDMI playing simultaneously, there is a noticeable delay, so I'd also need to be able to control the audio output timing...bah! Might as well stick to one monitor!

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