Quote: Originally Posted by p5bdkw
Windows 7 may have EQ properties depending on your onboard audio chip.
If available, you'll find it by clicking on your volume icon and choosing Playback devices. Attachment 126936
Unfortunately it does not have that option I checked earlier and it's not there.
Quote: Originally Posted by Dwarf
Most, if not all, on-board audio chips have the ability to use an equaliser. However, this feature needs to be enabled by the driver, and the driver that the manufacturer provides to Microsoft to include in Windows 7 doesn't typically include this capability.
The odd thing is I had the VIA drivers installed before but got rid of them because I had no real need for them. With the new speakers having subs on board I decided I'd like the EQ so I could turn the bass down a tad.
I have managed to get an older version of the VIA audio deck installed. It will do for the mean time though it's not ideal. Can't for the life of me work out why this wont work. The older versions interface isn't to nice looking or feature rich as far as I can remember.