Sound through multiple devices

Hello,

I am using on-board sound, Logitech G35 USB headset and a Soundblaster sound card.
I am wanting to have a game play its sound through both the headset and either the sound card or the on-board sound through my speakers. I have looked around a bit and the only thing I have come across is using a program called Virtual Audio Cables using the Loop Playback function. However, when using that I noticed that not only if you don't pay for the version it will have a lady saying 'TRIAL' every 10 seconds which gets annoying extremely fast and the other problem being that it also delays the sound. I would like to not have to use any 3rd party software if that is possible.

If anyone has any idea on how this can be accomplished I'd appreciate it.

Thanks in advance.
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  1. Hi :)

    I dont think its possible....you could pay for the software...

    All the best Brett :)
  2. check this http://www.****/id/35mm-51-Surround-Sound-Switch-Splitter-Box/ there could be also a commercial made one http://www.nextag.com/audio-splitter/stores-html
  3. Don't think theres anything you can do; windows only allows one output signal to go to one sound output device. It is possible to do multiple outputs to multiple devices, but not for one output to be routed to multiple output devices.
  4. I found the answer to my own question after a bit of trial and error. lol. Took a long time but I got it! I just set the game (only wanted this to be on multiple) to my on-board sound's stereo mix and I set my Logitech G35's microphone to listen to my on-board sound's stereo mix and voila. If you want to have everything on everything just have the stereo mix listen to the headset.
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