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I managed to get everything working just fine, but now I have a very elementary question.

 

I'm running a playlist with Zararadio, and I haven't been able to find a way to silence the laptop computer speakers without also cutting the volume of the stream.

 

There must be an easy answer that I'm just missing.

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Hi,

 

The source for the live stream is selected using the Windows "recording control" properties, so you should be able to select that independently of the selection in the "playback control".

 

You can simply set the master volume to zero in the playback properties.

 

If that doesn't work, please post back with the setting you are using, including which operating system.

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Hi,

 

The source for the live stream is selected using the Windows "recording control" properties, so you should be able to select that independently of the selection in the "playback control".

 

You can simply set the master volume to zero in the playback properties.

 

If that doesn't work, please post back with the setting you are using, including which operating system.

 

The host computer is a mini-laptop running Windows XP SP3, with a RealTek HD Audio sound card. Oddly, adjusting the "recording" volume has no effect at all...while reducing the playback volume cuts off the feed to the stream.

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The host computer is a mini-laptop running Windows XP SP3, with a RealTek HD Audio sound card. Oddly, adjusting the "recording" volume has no effect at all...while reducing the playback volume cuts off the feed to the stream.

 

That seems odd, I also use Windows XP SP3 with no problems. I'm wondering if that's a feature of the device driver for your sound card. Do you use the default driver installed by Windows, or is it a proprietary driver provided by the soundcard manufacturer?

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