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Discussion in 'Computer Audio' started by fightingfi, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. fightingfi

    fightingfi Look at Me! I need the attention.

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    running a z270x ultra gaming gigabyte motherboard.

    it seems my bass is to low or DEEP and is distorting my games im not hearing the *higher* sounds as clearly as i used to in games. I also because i hate stuff running in my system tray disabled the realtek icon and not able to find it in my control panel to adjust it or play with my sounds can you help me to hear better again plz my gamers :D tankies !!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Krispy Kritter

    Krispy Kritter Limp Gawd

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    Speakers or headphones? Have you tested using a different set of speakers or headphones?

    How are the speakers or headphones connected to the PC?

    right click in the tray / choose properties / bottom left choose "Customize notification icons" > Realtek should be listed there / change the behavior
     
  3. fightingfi

    fightingfi Look at Me! I need the attention.

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    Left and right speakers with sub woofer sorry

    using windows 10

    no headset just normal speakers, speakers are fine to much bass not able to find or do anything with right click and properties that you speak of........
     
  4. Krispy Kritter

    Krispy Kritter Limp Gawd

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  5. MikeRotch

    MikeRotch Limp Gawd

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    not sure this will solve your problem but try this:
    1) Find your subwoofer crossover frequency
    2) Find your realtek control panel
    3) Set the crossover frequency to match your subwoofer
     
  6. djoye

    djoye 2[H]4U

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    Exactly how are your speakers and subwoofer connected to your computer?
    Are you using computer speakers that have a cable going from your computer to the subwoofer with the speakers connected to the subwoofer?
    Is Windows set to stereo output? (Right-click on the speaker icon > playback devices > right-click on your audio output device and select 'configure speakers' > click on Stereo and then click the 'Next' button until you see the 'Finish' button
     
  7. B00nie

    B00nie [H]ardness Supreme

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    Check your speakers polarity i.e. that the positive and negative cables are connected correctly in all speakers.