PC Surround Sound Issue...

By EnglishST ยท 7 replies
Mar 16, 2004
  1. Right I have currently got this on my PC - http://www.medionshop.co.uk/P23ShopImagesUK//40/402B313460F342FCE10000000A00004A.jpg in which the information for that is as follows:

    Easy connection to PC computer and audio products
    For connection to PC computer 6 channel surround sound cards
    Subwoofer with powerful bass output
    Built-in amplifier in subwoofer
    Output Power:
    1 x 20 Watts - Subwoofer
    5 x 5 Watts - Satellite speakers
    Volume control for front, rear and centre speakers
    Bass volume control
    Power LED indicator
    ON / OFF Switch
    AC 230 V ~ 50 Hz

    Connections / Jacks:
    5.1 channel audio input

    1 x Subwoofer
    5 x Satellite speakers
    3 x Adapter cable, audio adapter with audio RCA Jack to 3.5 mm audio connector
    AC Power adapter

    System requirements
    Sound card with 5.1 channel output
    Dolby 5.1 digital decoder
    Also works with normal 2 channel sound cards without a 5.1 function

    The sound is good on it but i want it to be louder with the BASS on songs having a better effect if ya know what i mean) any ideas on what i can buy to make it better, I live in England btw incase ur gonna give sites etc lol

    nyhelp on what i could buy to improve on my sound system on my PC would be appreciated hugely THANKS :D
  2. erickdj

    erickdj TS Rookie Posts: 69

    try to use the equalizer built into media player or winamp. If your sound card supports it, you might be able to adjust the bass/treble level from the volume control program. However, 20 watts won't give you impressive bass.
  3. Godataloss

    Godataloss TS Rookie Posts: 482

    Putting the sub in a corner of your room will greatly enhance the bass output
  4. young&wild

    young&wild TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 993

    What sound card do you use? Does it have an equaliser?
  5. EnglishST

    EnglishST TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Yeh cheers for advice ill have a look, i dont even know how to check what sound card i got lol..
  6. young&wild

    young&wild TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 993

    Thats easy. Assuming that you are using Windows 2000 or Windows XP, clcik on start---->All Programs--->Accessories--->System Tools--->System Information.

    In the system information program, click on "Components", which will display a list of devices installed in your PC, then click on "Sound Device" which will then display your sound card info.
  7. EnglishST

    EnglishST TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Yeh I got XP, whay ill do is when i get home ill check it out coz im at college at the moment.
  8. EnglishST

    EnglishST TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Name: Avance AC'97 Audio
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