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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Pro 2' started by mwsvette, Sep 26, 2014.
Is there a way to adjust the EQ (ie... bass/treble) on SP2?
Not at a hardware level, no
Thanks for the answer. Is there an program or app for that?
Most audio/video player have it.
In Windows Media Player 12, you can right-click on the program, and click on:
Thanks for responding.
I use my headphones a lot of the time to reduce distraction for others. Compared to my other devices I use the headphones with the sound on the Surface sounds muddy regardless of source.
So I was hoping that there might driver, app or program that would allow overall adjustment of EQ on the surface. Thought maybe realtec driver that included EQ.
Thanks again Goodbytes.
A 2$ sound chip can only get you so far.
Look into USB dedicated sound card for improved sound experience, a which point, assuming you cash out on the expensive models, your headphone will be the limiting factor.
Avoid Creative Labs products. If you do, don't expect Windows 9 support. They like to push you to get a new device every Windows version. Also their drivers are poorly made.
You could buy one of these.
There is also:
Fiio Olympus E10
Geek Out 450
which you may also want to check out
For a relatively inexpensive although quite decent device consider this:
Was originally hoping for a software solution but after reading some of your suggestions I am leaning toward the FiiO E17 Alpen Portable Headphone Amplifier USB DAC.
Thanks for all the input, I had not considered a hardware fix...
A more upscale, albeit more costly device :
A good choice, enjoy.