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    ZEA Audio Jack Splitting

    Hi All,
    I'm used to having my audio jacks split, I.E Front panel and rear panel audio jacks separate, with the latest version of the audio drivers you can't seem to do this - I can't find the option in Sonic Studio 3 to do it ( note this is now a windows store app )

    Found RtkNGUI64 ( Effectively Sonic Suite sound manager ) in C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\hdx rt.inf_amd64_ffc60bbd95c8d851
    After enabling the Realtek Stereo Audio device using under device manager and setting it as the default device I then ran the above.
    Now Click on the COG in the top right hand corner.
    Now click on HD Audio Front Panel, Make front and rear output devices playback two different audio streams simultaneously and Separate all input jacks as independent input devices.

    You should now find if you have speakers plugged into the rear jack and a headset and microphone in the front jack they are independent devices.

    I don't know if this problem is unique to me but the SupremeFX Audio Panel for some reason was just not exposed on the desktop.

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