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Is there a way to have systems sounds , new e-mail notification (Outlook) sounds to come from speakers connected to a computer
, and have IE (YouTube) sound from a USB headset
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I do not think so. Sound is sound and is addressed out in a standard way. How you choose to hear it is up to you. So if you do not want sound coming out the speaker, you must send it all out to the USB headset.
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Nope as the above stated whatever output device you have the notification alert will come out of
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@mvalencia2003  - Thank you and I was happy to help.
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