02-17-2013 09:36 PM
Installing that driver should fix the issue for windows 7.
for windows 8, here are the drievrs which should fix the issue.
these drivers will work for dv6-7000, dv6-7100 and dv6-7200. below are the series supported by this driver.
HP ENVY dv6
HP ENVY dv7
HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook PC Series
HP Pavilion dv7 Notebook PC Series
hope it helps, good Luck !!!!!
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02-18-2013 06:43 AM
have envy dv6 7206tx upgraded bios f.23 and also tried the idt driver given on my drivers page but still facing this problem.. thanx a ton if somebody could solve this.
02-18-2013 01:26 PM
read through the posts for this issue the solutions you post do not work. We appreciate the once every few month visit from an hp expert though.
02-18-2013 04:41 PM
Did this weeks ago. Did not work. Tried drivers 57996, 54994, 56155 nothing worked. The only thing that works is to use head phones or external speakers. Kinda defeats the purpose of having a Laptop/Notebook don't you think?
02-21-2013 07:46 PM
Bought a brand new HP ENVY m4 two weeks ago. Noticed the audio swings right away while listening to muisc in windows media player. Tried mesing with all the beats audio settings and nothing can be done. Real disappointed with beats audio. Do i need to buy $300 beats audio head phones for this to sound good?...cause thats not gonna happen.
02-21-2013 07:59 PM
... Real disappointed with beats audio. Do i need to buy $300 beats audio head phones for this to sound good?...cause thats not gonna happen.
No way, HP should be able to fix this for us. I bought the Envy m6 and had to revert the driver in order to eradicate the problem. Now I'm using the regular window's driver which sounds good but not close to the beat's one.
This is unacceptable from HP.
03-07-2013 10:08 PM
The new drivers mostly fixed the problem.. I say mostly because there are still some songs where the problem comes right back. This is extremely disappointing as I am an audiophile (my entire collection is lossless) even though the rest of the computer is amazing.
Are there any more updates on the situation? I don't like not being able to enjoy some of my music. It seems like songs that have high volume on certain frequencies cause beats or IDT to regulate the volume way too much.. maybe the driver that was released toned it down some but they obviously didn't tone it back enough.
03-18-2013 05:27 PM
The drivers posted above do not solve the issue. this is the second time an hp "expert" has posted these same drivers. Did they think that the drivers magically got better after a few months? They still do not work, and HP needs to put out a new set of drivers that actually fix the problem.
Please stop dancing around the problem and just fix your product!
03-20-2013 07:27 PM - edited 03-20-2013 07:39 PM
HOLY **bleep** I just figured out a tolerable solution!!!....open up Beats Audio and go to Listening Experience. With Beats Audio checked "on" Turn ALL the white EQ bands completely DOWN. So your elimating Bass, Treble, Center, Space, Focus. Then control your EQ frequencies only with the bands under Graphic Equalizer.
Heres a pic of how I have my bands set...I have listened to everything from dubstep to metal trying this and it works awesome. I hope this works for you!!!!