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How can i output different programs to my audio jack and bluetooth headset simultaniously?

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I would like to play audio from Spotify on my speakers out of my audio jack and at the same time play audio from  PlayStation Remote Play through my Bluetooth headset as to allow me to listen to music and my friends without my friends voices echoing though my microphone.

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Hello @YeahTheBoys,

 

Assuming you're running the latest version of Windows 10, open Settings. Navigate to System, then Sound. Scroll down to find App device volume preferences. Ensure that both applications are open and the Bluetooth headset and speakers are connected to your computer.

 

Then for each application, select the preferred output and input device like below.

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Let me know how it goes.


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