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I want to send the audio coming from a single application like WMP or a browser to my speakers (so I can watch stuff on a secondary monitor ei. HDTV) while keeping the regular audio on the PC through headset.
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Windows audio will always go to your primary sound device (I believe you can choose it in Sound Setup in the Control Panel). Some programs (eg J River Media Center) will let you choose which device they send audio to, and you can send their audio to a different device from the normal windows audio.

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Is there any other software which can do this? And how about when watching video through the browser, such as with flash videos?

Also I have one sound card but a rear port which goes to the speakers and a front port which goes to the headset, don't know thought that info might be helpful.
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