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So yesterday I was just playing around with the equalizer on my HP Spectre x360 14, and that's when I made an insane discovery. Apparently, if you set the equalizer to what I have in the picture, the audio quality becomes amazing. The thing is that through the individual app that you are using for audio, (aka spotify, youtube, legit anything else), you have to decrease the audio to half. Otherwise, the audio quality becomes very distorted. I have an example in another picture. I used this on multiple HP laptops, and this trick worked on all of them. Then, I tried on my Dell inspiron laptop, and it doesn't work. This trick increase the bass of the laptop without affecting the mids or highs. I was insanely surprised by the results.

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Hi @gasaneris 

 

Thanks for share with us your discovery. Its really good and can help someone that have been unsatisfied with their laptop sound. 

 

But you mentioned in your post two images, but don't have in your post that images. Can you attach the images in your post? 

 

 

Thanks again for share the information in the community. Stay safe. Regards. 

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