05-07-2010 05:29 PM
So, I'm going to preface this with the fact that I am not the most computer savvy person, but I can handle my own just fine when dinking around on my computer.
Two nights ago, I finished building my new computer from scratch. I purchased the Logitech Z313 speakers to go with it. However, when I have them plugged in, I have an INCREDIBLY loud bass to the point where I can't really hear the treble much at all. I've tried reinstalling the driver and restarting (to no avail). I've gone through what settings in the RealTek audio configuration window that I thought was pertinent (and ones that I didn't think were either on the chance that it was something unexpected).
All I want to do is to just turn the bass down and the treble up...
I'm on a Windows 7, 64 bit OS. My motherboard is a Gigabyte 770TA if it matters. Halp?
05-08-2010 06:35 AM - edited 05-08-2010 06:42 AM
Perhaps I'm blind or dumb (which at this point, I'm willing to admit), but I'm not seeing an Equilizer setting in the Audio Manager at all. I have Speaker Configuration, Sound Effects (which has a Loudness Equilizer ticky box, which is checked), Room Correction, and Default Format. Within each tab I'm not seeing any specific slider for equilizing the bass/treble.
Also, I reinstalled my sound drivers, so yes - I have the latest drivers.
It's really frustrating to have to listen to the sounds of my games through headphones when I have these shiny, pretty speakers.
Edit: I see where you meant the Equilizer settings (I was being dumb), but I don't have any sort of options to change the settings for that particular preset option.