Quote: Originally Posted by Edward Cullen
can u tell me wta is ur sound version of realtek ALC883 mine is 184.108.40.20604 but 10band EQ is not available here
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According to the first post at the top of this thread which always provides the link to the latest Realtek driver download as well as information about what it is: RELEASE DATE: April 8th 2011 DRIVER VERSION: R 2.59
Driver Version in Device Manager: 220.127.116.1143
For sure, this version has the 10-band EQ, but your 18.104.22.16804 may be old, and may not have it yet.
I can assure you that the 10-band EQ which definitely was not available with the original release of the Windows 7 drivers for the Realtek chips, but was made available with a later release of the drivers by Realtek some months later. Probably around version 2.52 or so... last year... the 10-band EQ (which had been available with the WinXP driver) made its re-appearance into the Windows 7 driver.
Again, as I stated above in my earlier post and showed in the screenshot, you need to install the recent drive version properly, right-click on the orange "HD Audio Manager" icon in the System Tray and open it, select the "Sound Effects" tab, and then push the "EQ button", to present the 10-band EQ.
The default presentation on the "Sound Effects" tab doesn't show the 10-band EQ, but rather shows buttons for four of the Realtek-provided EQ pre-built presets for special effects. But if you push that button between the "Reset" button and the "Karaoke" item, that will toggle into to the 10-band EQ presentation and you can proceed from there.
Hope that helps clarify.