Solved Bass sound failure

Asus P5q3 desktop motherboard - intel p4...
December 25, 2010 at 04:13:01
Specs: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-Bit, 8Gb/quad3.2Ghz
Ok, I love music, I love even more music with a lot of bass, but my laptop has some problems, I just can't turn of the F***ING forced loudness equalization (or something)... when bass is introduced in all of my songs, it turns down the volume, drastically turns down the volume :(
It makes me want to throw my laptop through the F***ING floor...

So how can i turn it off? I have tried the sound options, and my sound driver options... but nothing!
I need some help... :,(


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December 25, 2010 at 14:10:44
Have you tried an outboard usb sound card (device)? I find that most have greater dynamic range, fidelity and less noise than the supplied sound devices. Sorry I use Windows Media Player infrequentl y. For full sound nothing beats an old large amp with large speakers.


#1
December 25, 2010 at 05:34:02
What do you expect from small speakers? The volume is reduced to prevent excessive distortion. Have you tried using external amplified speakers or a set of good headphones?

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#2
December 25, 2010 at 05:52:20
oh shize, I forgot, I used a headset, :P
Sorry, so NOW it might be easier to help me, I hope.

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#3
December 25, 2010 at 06:31:50
Your only hope is the use an externally equalized amplifier. The built in equalization is to protect the system within the loudness range. You need to use a moderate volume setting and then have an external preamp/amp to control your level. Excessive bass is not good music, I use amplified monitor speakers to provide a flat response.

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#4
December 25, 2010 at 07:28:17
Ok thanks
But I tested several other media players, and it only was in Windows Media Player, :S
But Thanks anyway

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December 25, 2010 at 14:10:44
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Have you tried an outboard usb sound card (device)? I find that most have greater dynamic range, fidelity and less noise than the supplied sound devices. Sorry I use Windows Media Player infrequentl y. For full sound nothing beats an old large amp with large speakers.

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