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I can suggest you try the following, for what it is worth. When you open the Device Manager go to View->Devices by connection. After the view changes find the USB HUB where your sound card is plugged in, and try do Disable/Enable it, and see what happens afterwards. I have used this method to reinitialize USB Stick which I have previously ejected (right ...
Am I bypassing the sound card when I plug the USB headphones in? Yes, in order for you to actually get any benefit from the fancy sound card, you actually need to plug in a device into it. Am I getting the surround sound from the processor in the headphones or the motherboard? Headphones work on 2.0, which left and right speaker. I don't ...
Yes Headphones Doesn't really matter if the headphones only have a Left Output and a Right Output You can use both soundcards simultaneously, but depending on the application you're trying to get sound from, you may only be able to source one sound card for all your sound or you might be able to source one sound card as your output (speakers) and the other ...
Yes. The headphones. Maybe. I don't see how that would work. Only if you use it with USB headphones that have their own build in. No idea.
VB-Audio CABLE Free by Vincent Burel
I guess this is the software solution you're looking for: Soundflower
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