Re: the volume on the creators update is softer
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Subject: Re: [nvda] the volume on the creators update is softer
Yeah a lot of the laptops now use their own overlays on the
realtech drivers the hp uses something called dts this makes
speech semi suck but I tried without the realtech device and the
sound speakers are so small its like listening to it from a box.
The hp dts at least sounds nice and spacial audio set to sonic
will push up volumes a little to.
On my new gegabyte system I am planning to get they have creative
overlays sadly on my external soundcard these make speech a bit
choppy but music, sfx and games really rock so I will forgive
On 19/10/2017 4:22 p.m., Blee Blat wrote:
And even if you do that it's still not likely to work. Theymust be
using some on-chip codecs because I'm still getting dynamicrealtek
services running, but it's still noticeable. This is nothelpful for
most sounds at all. I wonder what the hit for CPU performanceis for
this nonsense. I'll continue screwing around with drivers untilI find
a fix I guess. The phone doesn't have these artifacts, so atleast I
can just use that.