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and I am using pulseaudio.

I would like to create a shortcut to switch between the port of my audio output device.

For now I do the following unproductive clicking: click to my audio mixer at the left bottom of my screen and to change the port from "headphones" to "speakers".

Is there a command which does this stuff so that I can create a shortcut to switch between "headphones" and "speakers"?

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