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Need a solution for fine adjustment of my pc speakers


cassini1

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I use Altec Lansing speakers with my pc. The adjustments are pretty basic. I haave a hearing problem and would like to use a graphic equaliser so I can adjust them to my hearing capability. Are there any programs to download that could help me out? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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mart7

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Which sound chip do you have in your pc?

If its a Realtek audio onboard sound chip this comes with an effects selection of reverbs and a graphic equaliser

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Lazarus The 2nd

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However, If you have a Sony VAIO Computer there is No Access to the Effects selection.

Use this Click here instead, This Basic version is Free, Try it, You might be surprised, I was, It made a big difference to my Vaio.

But if you need to access the Graphic Equaliser you have to pay $29.99 (about £19.58)..

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