Hi guys. So far, I've had my speakers plugged at the back of the PC and I'd use the front panel when I wanted to use headphones. That worked as expected, however, the front IO is not great and I often hear noise in my headphones (static, HDD activity etc, like in the olden days). Therefore, I'd like to use the audio jack on my new monitor (yes, I've set it up! ). The problem is that Windows doesn't play nice: the sound only goes through the default sound device (as sat under Control Panel / Sound). If the default is Realtek, then the sound goes to the bookshelf speakers or the front IO; if the default is AMD HD Audio Device, then it's the built in speakers on the monitor and the monitor headphone out. What I would like is to have the sound go to the speakers connected to the Realtek output or the monitor headphone jack (depending on whether I have headphones plugged in or not). Is that possible?! EDIT: I'm using Windows 10, an integrated Realtek sound card (with a coax digital out for the speakers) and an AMD Radeon RX 580 connected to the monitor via DisplayPort.