|18 Jan 2010||#1|
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Sound Static Help (removes most static)
Stumbled upon this trying to fix my static and it helped it out a bit, not 100% though but thought i would share it.
goto your playback devices > click your speaker properties > advanced > and change the default format to a higher setting, such as 24 bit, 48000hz (studio quality)
thats it, and of course you can play around; if you have an alright sound-system you can tweak your eq. settings and such to compensate for playback quality.
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