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Logitech Z623 problems?

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#1 Sogin


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Posted 25 March 2014 - 08:56 AM

OKay, I cannot tell if i just do not like what this day and age calls good audio or what, when i listen to rap I have bass that'll blow my damn ears out, when I listen to rock I basically have none and this is getting very bleeping old. Anybody have any ideas? I have the XPS 8700 Desktop. Which includes Dell Audio. And as you see in the topic, those are my speakers. Windows 7 64 bit OS by the way. And drivers are up to date.

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#2 jhayz


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Posted 25 March 2014 - 09:35 PM

Two things that I could have experienced this same kind of audio distorted sounds. The audio file compression when converted such as 128 kbps mp3 files are common and better quality produced compared to other bitrates. It could also be the equalizer settings from your media or sound chip drivers software or from the volume speakers/headphones audio enhancement and bit rate found on the sound properties as shown below.



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