Advanced VAC (Virtual Audio Cable) Guide


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  1. J__ says:

    Is there a way to re-write the batch file to set the Wave Out to whatever the default speakers are? Rather than naming them specifically…

  2. I would like to have the least amount of latency but not make it pop-as it is annoying in games and still retain a good audio quality-I would be listening to the audio repeated from VAC repeater. what would be the best device for me to repeat from, the Microsoft sound mapper or the default device for my system?

    • RobinJack0r says:

      To get the least delay it might be best to use one VAC Line as your default device and go from there. So you can forward to every device at the same minimal delay (about 50-100ms should be doable). Depending on your recording software you might also be able to remove this delay on there (OBS can do this, for example).
      To stop the “pop” or crackling sound you can also tweak the VAC settings slightly. Decrease the milliseconds per interval for example, until you dont have any more over or under-flows.

      PS: Sorry for my late replay, was a bit busy this week!

  3. Hi, I have a latency problem when using PC speakers and a bluetooth speaker simultaneously.
    The bluetooth speaker sounds with some delay with regard to the PC speakers.
    Is there a way to retard the signal sent to the PC speakers in order to match the bluetooth delay?

    • RobinJack0r says:

      Hey, sorry I was a bit busy on the weekend.
      What you can do is send your sound through a virtual audio cable before it goes to your speakers. Or, even easier, just using one of the audio repeaters to send the sound. You can change the “Total buffer” to add a delay. You will have to test a bit until you will get it synced but it should work.
      If you are not sure how to do this, tell me a bit about your current setup please. How you get the sound to your bluetooth headset :) And I should be able to help you further!