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    Is there a way to send to different audio sounds to two different outputs
    for example if I am playing a song through itunes can I listen to that on my headphones while playing a song in windows media player through USB speakers that I hav plugged in?

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    I believe it's possible (though not tried it myself) - after all, there are many DJ programs that give this ability to all allow you to sync up the next mix on headphones while playing the main mix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anapp88 View Post
    Is there a way to send to different audio sounds to two different outputs
    This might be what you're looking for:

    Virtual Audio Cable - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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