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Carljs27
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Pair a subwoofer with HP Envy 32?

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HP Envy All In One
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My  brand new HP Envy 32 All-in-One Computer, 9th Gen Intel Core i7-9700 Processor, 4K UHD Monitor, NVIDIA GeForce...

 has a great sound system for a computer, but I'd like to punch up the bass.  I can't find any information about whether it's possible to pair a subwoofer with it and get the effect I want.  Would the computer just send the low notes to the subwoofer, and send the rest to the built-in Bang & Olufsen speakers?    I see that there is an option to pair the audio, but I don't know if the result would be what I want.  If I just pair a sub woofer,  with the computer send just the lower range to the subwoofer, or will it turn of the built-in speakers entirely, sending all the sound to the subwoofer?

 

 

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Hello
You will not be able to use the computer with this type of equipment and the integrated speakers.
In addition, you only have a headphone output, so it is not intended for a configuration of this type!
The best you can do is find a USB audio card, maybe ..

 

 

 

 


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