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Topic: «Default Audio Device Switcher » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 742
 
Derek Moss
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Posted: 29.08.2015 00:40:52
 
 
Hi

Reading about the new Default Audio Device Switcher feature in AWM, I thought it would be great (in AMM as well) if an audio device could be automatically associated with a display profile. So for example, when switching to my "TV only" profile, it would make sure the audio device is set to the HDMI going to my TV (too many times I've launched a game, only to find I left the audio on my on-board soundcards's headphone output, so I have to close the game and fix that and re-launch it) and when switching to my "Monitor only" profile it would switch the audio device to my on-board headphones.

We could even have multiple profiles for each display then, like "TV Speakers" and "TV headphones", which would be very useful. Is this something you would consider, as I'd be very much inclined to upgrade my copy of AMM if you did?
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 29.08.2015 02:27:46
 
 
I fully second this suggestion. I think it would be great, for me not for gaming (I don't do that), but for moving my laptop between different setups for work (I need my music when working, preferably via the correct speakers ;)
 
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Alex Fadeyev
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Posted: 03.09.2015 17:34:01
 
 
Derek, Pim,

Thank you for your suggestions. All of them are already in our wishlist database and appear to be further development steps for the Audio Switcher. Its current state is just something we needed to start from (and I believe it's useful even in its current simplest implementation).
 
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Pim Joosten
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Posted: 05.09.2015 13:50:28
 
 
Hello Alex,

Thanks for your reply. Good to hear that you have this suggestion on your list. Of course I (we) did not know what is on the list, hence this suggestion. The current implementation is indeed a good way to get started with the Audio Switcher (indeed surprisingly useful as I had already posted in the beta forum some time ago).

Best regards.
 
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