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Is there a way to have Firefox respect the default audio output device when it has been changed while Firefox is open?

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I have been a Firefox user for many years and I still use it as my primary browser. One problem that has bothered me for years is the fact that when Firefox is open and I change my default audio output device, Firefox doesn't respect that change and continues playing audio through the device that was originally being used. Even if you stop the audio and continue playing, the output device doesn't change.

Is there any way this can be configured in Firefox? Now if I listen to music online (e.g. Soundcloud) I always use Chrome since it's respects the default audio output device change even while in the middle of playing audio.

Reproduce:

1. Start playing audio (e.g. from a YouTube video; HTML5 and Flash are affected) 2. Change your default audio output device 3. Audio will continue to play from original output device

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I have been a Firefox user for many years and I still use it as my primary browser. One problem that has bothered me for years is the fact that when Firefox is open and I change my default audio output device, Firefox doesn't respect that change and continues playing audio through the device that was originally being used. Even if you stop the audio and continue playing, the output device doesn't change. Is there any way this can be configured in Firefox? Now if I listen to music online (e.g. Soundcloud) I always use Chrome since it's respects the default audio output device change even while in the middle of playing audio. Reproduce: 1. Start playing audio (e.g. from a YouTube video; HTML5 and Flash are affected) 2. Change your default audio output device 3. Audio will continue to play from original output device Thanks!

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hello there's an open bug for that you might vote up: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=698079

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This is the same issue that has plagued me for years. I always thought that this was a Flash plugin issue, but it does occur on HTML5 as well. A friend of mine verified that this does not occur in Linux, but only on Windows. It would be great to have this fixed, as it's honestly the only thing that's making me use Chrome all the time, as I don't want to have multiple browsers open.

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hello there's an open bug for that you might vote up: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=698079

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Thank you. I'll be sure to vote that up. For some reason I looked around there, and never found this before.