Well, those of you geeky enough to use two soundcards should know how to Google, but I'm going to share this anyway.
When you have two audio devices, and you want to switch the one being used, it's a trip to Control Panel -> Sounds and Audio Devices -> Audio tab -> Sound playback -> Default device
It gets rather cumbersome after the first time.
Fortunately there's always help. With System Tray Audio Device Switcher - or STADS, switching the default audio playback device is as convenient as two clicks at the system tray, just like changing AA/AF settings of your graphics card, and over/underclocking your CPU.
Ok, so I made those easy too through some settings. Nvm if it is still long-winded at your side.
But with the STADS -
And it's done.
And hell yea I got a Prodigy 7.1 HiFi. Why do I have a Prodigy 7.1 HiFi? That'd be covered in another post.
There's no link to the software featured. Cos as I said earlier, those of you geeky enough to use two soundcards should know how to Google.
And damn while typing I thought of something but forgot what it was when typing.
W A R N I N G !
W A R N I N G !
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