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Dual TV, Separate Audio for each

K Kerimoglu59857
3 discussion posts
Hi, I have been using DF for couple months now, works great but the audio was a problem and I was using an extension called "AudioPick" to switch audio output of the browser tab which was a pain and now it stopped working so I saw that DF has a feature like that but I need help. I have one desktop connected to one TV with an HDMI and another TV connected with a VGA and an AUX cable. Please walk me through step by step on how I can set up a profile for each monitor and then choose audio output per TV.
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May 15, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
To clarify, are you wanting to set different audio outputs for apps running on each TV simultaneously?
May 20, 2020  • #2
K Kerimoglu59857
3 discussion posts
Yes, that is correct, one is HDMI connected and the other is AUX connected
May 27, 2020  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ok, thanks! Unfortunately DisplayFusion can't do this. However, you can do it in the Windows Settings > System > Sound page. Click the "App volume and device preferences" link. In there it will show applications that are outputting audio, and from there you can choose which output device to use for each.

Hope that helps!
May 28, 2020  • #4
K Kerimoglu59857
3 discussion posts
I saw in other posts that it is possible to setup different monitors for different audio outputs throught monitor profile but they did not go into detail on how to actually do it, if that is still an option please let me know how that works so I can give it a try.
Thanks
Jun 1, 2020  • #5
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
You can choose a different audio device like you did in your screenshot, but it will only switch to that device when you load the Monitor Profile, and it sets it as the default audio device. It doesn't set different devices for each active display.
Jun 1, 2020  • #6
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