How to configure our audio player output in Windows Media Player

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If using Windows Media Player, ensure the correct audio device is selected for playback.

  1. In Windows Media Player, select Tools > Options
  2. In the Options dialog box, select the Devices tab
  3. Highlight Speakers and select the Properties button
  4. In the Speaker Properties dialog box, select the appropriate output source for audio playback
  5. Select Apply, OK

After updating the audio playback source, if the audio is not being outputted to the new audio source, restart the Windows audio service.  Type the following commands into a command line prompt:

net stop audiosrv
net start audiosrv


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