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Windows 7: Win7 x64 Realtek audio, on high bass notes, audio goes way down


02 Mar 2012   #1

windows 7 x64
 
 
Win7 x64 Realtek audio, on high bass notes, audio goes way down

This just started happening for some reason, on a song like timestrech by bassnectar (this song because has lots of ALL OF A SUDDEN high bass notes) the audio will go way down! My dad said that there is either a limiter, or another program is over-riding the current equalizer on my player. Heres a bunch of usefull info
Installed equilizers:
1. Realtek HD audio manager
2. Custom windows player equalizer
*These are both set to default which is just strait line across.

Things I have tried:
1.Go to hidden icons > speakers > volume mixer > my current speakers > set bar to max
2.Turning off realtek equalizer leaving just player equalizer
3. Turning all equalizers to default "reset" and turning up the bass nob on my stereo itself in my room

All of these things didnt help so got any suggestions guys I WANT MY DUBSTEP...

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