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  1. #1
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    July 2017

    How do I make Teamspeak use Default Device instead of Default Communication Device

    I often switch my sound between speakers and headphones. I do this via Windows 7's Sound menu, by having to switch both Communication Device and Default Device (I want all sound moved).

    I would much rather prefer to just have teamspeak send the sound as Default Device instead simplifying it. Can this be done, and if how?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    June 2008
    This can't be done.

    You can can choose to set Default as your device in your client and the default communication device will be used.
    Or you set Device manually in the client which will ignore the Windows setting.

    But you could setup different playback and capture device with your desired devices.
    Then you can switch between those. Additional to this you could add hotkeys to switch the profiles.
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