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    Damn, I was about to post those drivers! oh well.
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    Sorry guys, I've tried those drivers last night when I was working on it. They do not provide the treble/bass support, but it does provide a little program with all kinds of little controls in it.

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    Anything new? or do I have to by a external soundcard? today Im using Epia M1000 onboard sound and the amp is a Jensen 4x100W, speakers DLS PS6
    but I still think the sound isnīt "good" enough (bass & treble) so I guess the best thing to do if I canīt find a driver that support bass & treble for onboard sound is bying a external card with this feature..right?

    Anyone with this kind of experience? who can tell if U get a external card will the sound be "better"


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    Can't you just use a software equaliser instead of bass / treble controls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by starfox
    Can't you just use a software equaliser instead of bass / treble controls?
    Hey! Why didn't we think of that.. There are some usefull MS softwares.
    It's even free and more controllable.

    Good thinking!!

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    That I would like to know, if this driver with EQ built in provide as good bass/treble as if I could set the bass in "windows" ?

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    That SRS WOW software in WMP9 does a pretty good job'!!

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