ok..well you could, get a splitter that's cheapo and just turn off the speakers when you want touse the headphones and unplug the headphones from the splitter when you want to use the other. not sure how or if that will degrade it by how much
you could also get one of those actual hub splitters that can activley switch with the flick of a switch but that's more expensive
or..you could just have the speaker wires up on your desk with your E10 and just unplug and plug in whatever one you want to use.
awesome stuff to know:
#1when using the E10 always make sure that windows volume is at 100% and any program you are using be it VLC or whatever also has it set to max. control volume with E10, doing otherwise will degrade the audio quality
#2for best results with speakers, set e10 to 0dB gain(low mode) and have it on max and control volume with your speakers. however this is for best results. i might and probably won't recommend this to you as this is mainly audible and works with good audiophile speakers(i dont think you have any) and if done iimproperly could blow your speakers if you forget to redial or reset the volume on your speakers to something low. up to you.
BTW....there's.....a ........upvote hand in the bottom right corner of the screen beneath each post. it doesn't mean much on head fi and isn't counted towards anything...but it does feel good you know. this isn't just for me but for others. people should start doing it more often :(
Yeah, I know about repping. I am always on overclock.net. I usually hand out rep at the very end when I am finished with the thread though, that is personally how I do it :).
The sound settings seem to get kind of complicated. I have bookshelf speakers connected to an amp, so having 3 sound control settings could get very confusing, very fast. I just really don't want to have to use crappy laptop onboard sound.