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Dell Audio sounds junky?

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#1 Sogin


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Posted 24 March 2014 - 09:08 PM

So. I have the Dell XPS 8700. It came with a thing called "Dell Audio." Inside of this I have the options of Music, Maxxsense. So on so forth, it does not seem to matter where I place it it sounds junky and bassless. Yet the moment I disable it, it sounds fine again. Now, I know most people are probably thinking. "Well, why enable it then?" the answer would be I want to be able to use my Bass Booster which I am unable to do with this disabled. Does anybody have experience with this thing? Lol I would also love to know if there happens to be a frequency control in there somewhere? I like Bass, but since my sub does not have a frequency knob(Logitech/THX Certified Z623 Speakers) I do not always have bass, only in the low tones. And of course on Youtube sound quality is not exactly good, so even less bass.

Edited by Sogin, 24 March 2014 - 10:07 PM.

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