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Androy518
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How to Separate Speaker and Headphone Audio

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HP Pavilion 15t-touch
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

The problem that i have with my laptop is that I never want to use the speakers on my laptop because I always use headphones so I want to disable the speakers on the laptop without disabling the headphones. The headphones that I am trying to use for this are not Bluetooth so you have to plug them into the audio jack. 

The first thing I tried was going to "Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Manage Audio Devices", right clicking on "Speaker/Headphone", and clicking disable.

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This however did not work because it says "Speaker/Headphone" so it disabled the headphones as well.

I read an article online that said that you could separate the Speaker and Headphone audios if you used Realtek HD Audio Manager but I cannot find this application on my computer. I tried updating my audio driver but I still cannot find the Realtek HD Audio Manager.

How should I separate the Speaker and Headphone audio or disable the laptop speaker's audio without disabling the audio jack?

 

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Pradyumna_M
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https://www.realtek.com/en/component/zoo/category/pc-audio-codecs-high-definition-audio-codecs-softw...

 

Go to above link and under windows section install proper application which matches with your system configuration. But if u install realtek audio manager the bang and olufsen audio won't work.

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