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I recommend the Dire Straits. They're a softer rock (might even be considered classic rock in some places). Great dynamic range on their recordings. Soft parts are actually soft, drums have real punch, incredibly well mixed. Brothers in Arms is my favorite album, but Communique is very good, also.
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"Dazed and Confused" by: Led Zeppelin it has highs, mids, and lows. It will stress your speakers big time. Also turn off all the extra X-Fi features (Crystalizer, SVM, THX, etc.) and also have the EQ at flat. You'll get your music pure & virgin that way and that's how I like it.
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I've noticed except for fallen angel, we've had everyone in the x-fi series of sound, And I have heard also good thing's of chevelle, what genre is their music style? I'll do some searching on my library for their music to, and which album would be the best to try? (For a first timer to their band).

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They could be called metal, but they're on the lighter side. They've got somewhat heavy guitar, but the vocals are soft and melodic.

My favorite CDs by them are This Type Of Thinking (Could Do Us In) and Wonder What's Next.
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"Dazed and Confused" by: Led Zeppelin it has highs, mids, and lows. It will stress your speakers big time. Also turn off all the extra X-Fi features (Crystalizer, SVM, THX, etc.) and also have the EQ at flat. You'll get your music pure & virgin that way and that's how I like it.
Dazed and Confused, eh? I like this guy.
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