Although modern Windows devices include built-in speakers, most people connect and use additional speakers on their Windows 10 machines. If you have connected several sets of speakers, then you might also want to listen to sound from a specific speaker.
While it’s pretty easy to choose a default set of speakers on Windows 10 that applies to every app, it’s also worth noting that certain apps (such as Zoom) enable you to choose speakers just for that program that override the system defaults.
In this gearupwindows article, we will guide you on setting specific speakers as your default output devices.
How do you choose your default Speakers through the Settings app?
To select your default Speakers through the Windows 10 Settings app, do the following:-
Step 1. Open Windows Settings.
Step 2. Then, click on
Step 3. Next, select
Step 4. On the Sound settings page, under the “Output” section, select the speaker in the drop-down menu labeled “Choose your output device.”
How to Choose your Default Speakers through the Control Panel?
To select your default speakers using Control Panel, do the following:-
Step 1. Open Control Panel.
Step 2. Then, click the
Step 3. Next, click
Step 4. Switch to the
Step 5. Then, click the speaker or headphone you want to set as the default output device.
Step 6. After that, click the
Step 7. Finally, click the
Once you complete the above steps, the selected speaker or headphone will be used as the default output device by your Windows 10.
Also Read: How to select default Speaker on Windows 11?