Joined: 14-September 04
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are you using a TV ? i guess so since you dont want to / cant use a receiver to change bass settings. i highly doubt the tv would be able to produce more bass then its doing at the moment anyway.
i just use my dolby decoder and receiver, works fine...i could add more bass that way, but it isnt really needed
my advice, if you really care about the sound coming out of your box, get some nice equipment. maybe one of those creative or logitech speaker sets. those produce some nice sound (good enough for gaming) and aren't that expensive i believe.
Joined: 5-August 05
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QUOTE(AdEvil @ Oct 15 2005, 03:39 PM)
The thing is that I use the same sterio system to my pc as for my xbox. And in windows I can customize bass, volume and more stuff how come I can't on xbox?
Simple, the software (game/dash/etc) you are running on your xbox does not have the code necessary to make such adjustments. The fact that you use the same sound system for both devices makes no difference. Do you think Windows is controlling the settings on your stereo? Its not. Its modifying the data stream before the signal hits the D/A converter.
If your reciever does not have any adjustable eq settings, you may consider purchasing an external equalizer to place inbetween your xbox and reciever.