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I got this new board it has "ONBOARD" Intel HD audio via SupremeFX X-Fi 2 with 8-channel support. I have the newest drivers including the THX Tru studio Pro and Sound Blaster Console installed. I cannot seem to find Bass management or Treble anywhere or any option to adjust them, the only option I have is EQ. I am using Steel series H3 Gaming headset so I wonder is it cause of my Headset or cause of my drivers/onboard audio.


So anyone can help me with this? How I can adjust my bass and whats causing that I cant? I tried removing all drivers that gave me ability to adjust it from windows but the sound quality was pretty crap without drivers...



Before I had my NForce 780I SLI FTW with Realtek HD Audio I could adjust my bass from both via panel or windows with these headphones.


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Edited by C10H16 - 12/27/10 at 7:32pm
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Post is done now please reply if you got any idea why I cannot adjust bass
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I had a different issue it might help u, Uninstall everything. Get your motherboard dvd drivers, for your rampage and install the drivers from the cd. For some reason when i tried off the web it didnt work. From the CD it did....
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I had a different issue it might help u, Uninstall everything. Get your motherboard dvd drivers, for your rampage and install the drivers from the cd. For some reason when i tried off the web it didnt work. From the CD it did....
Big bad necro, I havent sill fixed this issue. And ive had the problem for ages now. I would like to know if anyone has a way to solve this..

and yes ive tried installing from CD and from internet I just cannot adjust it and I have no idea why.


+ Im now using Sennheiser PC 360 G4ME Headset and I still havent got the option. This should be high tech headset enough to enable such thing right?
post #5 of 11
change the panel view to gamer and look around.
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change the panel view to gamer and look around.
What panel? And how? From where?
post #7 of 11
this help? I hope not because you should never be using the EQ
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this help? I hope not because you should never be using the EQ
Why not? And no it doesnt help.

The middle window in the picture you gave me is the same as mine if you bother to sheck the pictures. I am missing the bass adjustment and everything in the ecnhantments TAB.

That the problem I have!


Edited by TehOwnator - 5/30/11 at 2:45pm
post #9 of 11
do your speakers support all the bells and whistles that you want? a good sound card isnt all that goes into good sound
    
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do your speakers support all the bells and whistles that you want? a good sound card isnt all that goes into good sound
Excuseme what the hell is that what you want to say?
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