hi, this question comes up so often I feel like it is a old friend. if you are going to use eloquence for the software speech then the answer is yes. just edit the jfw.ini file and add the line as follows synthxport=soundCard replace x in the above example with the number of the synthesizer entry. replace soundcard with the name of your sound card. you can get the name of the sound card from the sounds and audio section of control panels. if you are using sapi 5 compatible device then the answer is yes! go to control panel select speech and choose the device you want to use from there. now for dectalk access 32 users the answer is not with jaws. sorry fs fall short on this one. so you set dectalk access 32 to use the primary sound card and you would have to use winamp or another player that allows you to pick witch card you are going to use. wmp is not such a player tell you sorry! hth jim grimsby msn: jim.grimsby@xxxxxxx email: jimgrims@xxxxxxxxxxx skype: jim.grimsby -----Original Message----- From: jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jfw-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Cameron Computer Services Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 8:46 AM To: JFW Free Lists Subject: 2 Sound Cards I am going to do some dj-ing and currently have a notebook. I want to use 2 sound cards one for the music and the other for my Jaws and everything else in windows. I am looking at the Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX external for the music(mp3's). Can I have both sound cards set up to work at the same time in Windows Media Player, the Sound Blaster for my music and the notebook sound card for my Jaws. If so where and how do I set this up?