Often, games pay particular attention to photorealistic graphics or a credible world when it comes to the most immersive experience possible. But another parameter also has a big influence on it: the sound. Unfortunately, not all gaming headsets offer a sound that is inherently harmonious. Fortunately, you can change that. How? Find out in the following tutorial!
Tip 1: Activate Windows Sonic
Virtual 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound can improve opponent location for some headsets in games. However, it is not recommended for the enjoyment of music, as the sound is often strongly distorted.
Windows 10 has a built-in surround sound feature. To activate it, open the Control Panel and navigate to Hardware and Sound -> Sound. Now select your headset and click the Properties button. Under the Space tab you can activate Sonic for Headphones in the drop-down menu Windows. Now you should hear a difference.
Tip 2: Use an equalizer
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