[Update] Realtek High Definition Audio

Discussion in 'Application Software' started by stasio, Nov 30, 2016.

  1. Shonk

    Shonk MDL Member

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    6.0.9484.1 is out for asus
     
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    Is there any chance to get echo cancellation and other stuff from the realtek driver without installing that "Nahimic" crap? I can't find a way with my Lenovo laptop...
     
  6. erpsterm35

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  7. Hi all, have recommendation of good realtek driver that sounds flat? Sometimes the driver sound to bassy, sometime to treblely... i need audio driver that flat, not boosting anything low, mid, or high... thanks
     
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    Not finding that on Asus motherboard support anywhere.
     
  10. johnukguy2

    johnukguy2 MDL Novice

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    It's not really a driver issue, More of an EQ one. Use the Realtek Audio Console, or better yet Peace Equalizer, which has configurations for many headphones.
     
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    #2972 johnukguy2, Mar 21, 2023
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    Have you tried using the Realtek Audio Console? Also, what options do you have from the sound applet in Control Panel, for your speakers/headphones?
     
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    #2973 boe323, Mar 21, 2023
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    Deleted, driver already posted
     
  13. I thought so, thanks for ur advice
     
  14. boe323

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    you can install dolby atmos from windows store, its fantastic for giving a balanced listening experience, only snag is ..you have to purchase , but i think theres aq trial period
     

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  16. Thanks for ur info, but i prefer to avoid any kind of modification to the sound, i really need a pure flat sound. I am not using my laptop to listen to musics or watch movies.:bye3: hi nice to meet u, u look handsome :mocking:
     
  17. chillgates

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    since you need a flat sound though whichever driver you install, that need a processing. i suggest you to use fxsound app from fxsound.com. keep all settings to minimal or whichever way you need. simple. it is free app.
     
  18. new369one

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    UAD Trash no newer Real Asus HDA driver (and i mean no custom fake malware spy driver) here?!
     
    Thank u so much, it looks promising to me, ive download it after i read what they wrote in their site... yes... i said i need a flat sound, but sometime i need to boost the low or mid or high just to hear if it exist and sound clearly. Thank u so much for ur help...:bye3::giverose: