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I want to know if my sound card has only one or tow stereo output its a lenovo g570

I would like to mix music on my computer (DJ) using a digital mixer but they require either two audio card or an audio card with two stereo output so i can listen to one song while playing another. I there any way i can do this with my current setup and without having to upgrade my system. Thank You

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According to the specs:


Connections & Expansion
Interfaces 4 x USB 2.0 VGA LAN Headphone output Microphone input
Memory Card Reader 5 in 1 ( SD Card, Memory Stick, Memory Stick PRO, MultiMediaCard, xD-Picture Card )
This means you only have on Headphone Output. However check to see if they are able to use USB solutions as I know there are speakers that can be run through USB.

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