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Asus A7N8X - Bass Volume Adjustment

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July 11, 2003 4:44:57 AM

Hey there!

I just built a system for a friend with an Asus A7N8X with on-board sound. I also got 2 speakers and a sub-woofer. The sub doesnt have a base volume adjuster on it. And in the audio controls in windows xp pro the bass volume is greyed out. The base is far too loud and definitely needs to be turned down! How can I do this? Is there another utility out there that can do it? I can use an EQ for MP3 playback but games are still way 2 base heavy. Is there 3rd party system EQ that is available? Please help as the system is not acceptable as is, adn I don't want to hand it over to him in this condition! Thanks!

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Functor
July 11, 2003 5:18:06 AM

try installing the latest nforce2 drivers they may have added that feature in a latter driver update
July 11, 2003 12:46:34 PM

I downloaded the latest ones yesterday and no luck. Still the same problem.

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Functor
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July 11, 2003 2:28:35 PM

If don't have the A7N8X DELUXE model, I'm not sure you can adjust bass/treble.

I have a NON-DELUXE A7N8X and I use the onboard sound and I never checked bass/treble adjustment because I have these controls on my speakers (I'm at work now, I can't check).

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July 11, 2003 7:09:48 PM

Hehe, so pretty much you have nothing to add.

If anyone else has nothing to add, u need not post. :F

Heheh

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Functor
July 11, 2003 7:28:47 PM

My point was A7N8X DELUXE versus NON-DELUXE. It's not the same sound chip. The answer might reside there! Cause the NON-DELUXE use a "cheap" stereo sound chip only.

When you talk A7N8X, it's important to mention DELUXE or not and Rev 2.0 or not. This helps sort out the solution to common problems.

Probably, another useless post from me! But I like to talk! :) 

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