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Adjust bass and treble

I have an HP g7-1310 laptop that has srs Premium Sound w/ ALTEC Lansing. You would think that with all that fanfare there would be some way to equalize the sound. The only adjustment I've been able to find in the sound control/mixer is volume control. I need to boost treble and cut down bass due to hearing loss. Is there a way to add an equalizer to use in Windows 7?

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Re: Adjust bass and treble

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BEFORE YOU MESS WITH EQUALIZER UNCHECK THE STUPID "BASS MANAGEMENT" OPTION.  I ALMOST BOUGHT AN UNNEEDED SOUND CARD BEFORE I FOUND IT.  ALSO THE LAST OPTION IN THE LIST THAT LETS YOU DEFINE HOW FAR EACH SPEAKER IS FROM YOUR EARS IS A MUST HAVE EVEN THOUGH IT TAKES SOME TIME TO SET UP.

 

P.S. Actually after rereading your post - "Bass management" may be just what you are looking for.

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Re: Adjust bass and treble

I can do that on my desktop, but because it's a notebook I don't have the speaker option. Just laptop and headphones with no adjustment other than volume and balance.
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Re: Adjust bass and treble

I only own a desktop so I hope someone with laptop comes up with answer

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Re: Adjust bass and treble

Hi, ive just purchased a hp iooo-1433tu 14 nb, laptop, are you able to tell me how to alter the base and treble please

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Re: Adjust bass and treble

I have my ancient Creative X-fi surround 5.1 and it gives great adjustment options, but without that my HP dv7TQuad laptop has no equalizer available in Windows since I updated it to Win 10 and HP dropped the ball on Beats Audio.

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