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Re: Is there a hardware solution for connecting speakers to two different sound cards at the same time?

So uh, just if anyone's curious or has had the same problem, I found the solution. Had a cable lying around with a 3.5mm plug on each end. Plugged one end into the line out of the PCI sound card, and the other end into the line in of the ISA sound card. Works like a charm. That’s what I said to do …

Re: Is there a hardware solution for connecting speakers to two different sound cards at the same time?

I guess so, it's trying to put out one signal to two different cards, which reduces the volume. Although the PCI card is only used in Windows, and the ISA card only in pure dos. I don't know when it initializes the PCI card, and if it's possible to disable it only in pure dos. Doesn't seem like it. …

Re: Is there a hardware solution for connecting speakers to two different sound cards at the same time?

Maybe not necessarily "old hardware", but... I have Windows 98 SE PC with an ISA sound card I use to play dos games, and a PCI sound card I use to do Windows stuff. It's a bit tiresome plugging over my speakers each time I wanna do one or the other. I've ordered two different 2x 3.5mm male to 1x 3. …

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