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i hear person that i play with not on my headphone but on my monitor speaker!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello...so today i bought a new monitor,an Asus V245he...very nice TN panel,but i played some PUBG and some Hunt Showdown and i hear my teammate on the monitor's speakers,not inside of my headphones! the rest is ok! i plug both,the audio and microphone jack in my pc,not in monitor,it doesn't have the same quality! so before i had the same...a gaming monitor that had speakers,but when i plug the headphones,everything was good,i hear the audio and my teammate through the headphones! so...how to fix this?? thank you!

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Make sure your primary audiodevice is your headset

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Posted · Original PosterOP

but this is i try to say,because i dont't know what to do,because i didn't had this issue before!?? for me is strange..i  take out headphone jack,i hear on monitor's speaker all the sound..i put it back i hear in my headset!


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In playback devices, you can control the default sound device and the default communication device separately (pictured below).  I would imagine that's the cause of this.  Beyond that, newer versions of Windows 10 appear to allow routing the sound from different applications to different devices with even greater granularity, but I've not tried this myself.


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