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Greenie

Cockpit sound output on wrong audio device

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Hi.

 

I am using P3D V5 HF2 and A320 Professional 1.4.x 

 

It might be a very small issue, but I can not find the solution.

 

I would expect the aircraft to use the sound settings from P3D, which I set for the game sound to my headset "game channel" (which is a separate Windows Audio Device) and the voice output to the "chat channel" (this is also in a separate Windows Audio Device) so I can conveniently keep the engine sound low and the voice sound higher, so I can understand, what is said.

 

For the RAAS extension, I could also configure the sound to the "chat channel". 

 

But e.g. when landing the voice counting "1000 feet, 30, 20, 10" etc. is  played on my speakers.

They are also connected to a Windows Audio Device but that would be the "Speakers" Audio Device and not one of the configured P3D Audio Devices.

 

How can I change this behaviour? Where can I set the output device for the cockpit voices?

 

Regards,

 

Greenie

 

 

 

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These sounds are played 'outside' the sim by ASC.dll, our sound module. We do not have a output setting for that and it will use the default device.

 

 

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Mathijs,

 

I can workaround and set the "standard" sound to a device of my pleasure, but in the first place that setting is something which should be either configurable in the aircraft or aircraft config files or - better - it should use the settings of the host application. At least that is what I would expect from an add-on to do.

 

Can you put that on some "Wish List"?

 

Best regards,

 

Greenie

 

 

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I just encountered this also today.

 

P3D output set to a different hardware, but Aerosoft A330 disregards this and plays the sound on the default audio output by Windows anyway.

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