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    Mar 2015

    [HELP] Sonic Studio 3 - front and back audio output

    I have downloaded and installed only the latest audio driver for the motherboard (Version, 2018/01/22). I didn't find where to install SupremeFX drivers (if there are any for the board).

    In the Sonic Studio 3 I can't find the option to adjust where the sound will go in either BASIC or ADVANCED options. Currently when I plug in my headphones in the front panel the audio is routed only to them and speakers have no sound. I would like to have audio on both devices simultaneously.

    Also, in Windows Sound >> Playback devices both speakers (2.0) and headphones (Sennheiser HD599) are listed as one device(Speakers, Realtek High Definition Audio). Is there a way to separate front and back analog audio outputs?

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