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audio output equalizer software?

by harster / May 25, 2010 6:31 PM PDT

I'm looking for software that will adjust the audio output of my son's HP PC running Win XP Pro, SP 3, as an equalizer would. I have that (Realtek HD Sound Effect Manager) on my eMachines PC but I can't find anything at Realtek for his PC. I think what I have may be bundled on certain PCs only. All we really want is an output equalizer. Any help would be appreciated.

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audio output equalizer software?
by pcs365_12 / May 30, 2010 4:37 PM PDT

hi,
You can use Parametric Equalizer Pro is a useful and professional stand-alone parametric equalizer which allows the shaping of the timbre of a sound by boosting or attenuating its frequency components. http://www.anwida.com/progs/pareq30.exe

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About that link.
by MarkFlax Forum moderator / May 30, 2010 9:04 PM PDT

Posting direct links to executable file downloads is normally resisted in these forums. We can never be quite sure what the .exe file is, and what it is going to do.

I've checked http://www.anwida.com and that direct link to a .exe seems OK, but we prefer links to web pages, not direct downloads.

Mark

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NO!
by Tatsujb / October 13, 2012 10:21 AM PDT

Dude what the ****?

he said a program that eq's the COMPUTER'S output! are you daft?

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