Speaker base

jetsmell

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I have some basic Real-tech Speakers that have too much base. How can I tone the base down so the speakers don't vibrate.
 

Celery

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Turn the bass knob down?

Really son, we need more info like for what? Car? Computer?
 

Celery

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Ok then, right click on the speaker icon and go to settings. Make your adjustments to your liking.
 

Celery

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Did the speakers come with the software? It might have a control panel in there.

And you're right. There's nothing in Win 10 sound control. That surprised me.
 

Smart_Guy

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Speakers don't typically come with software. Sounds cards/chips do. This is probably what was referred to in the thread.

I'm guessing your sound card/chip is built-in on the motherboard and by Real-tech you mean the sound card/chip?

How many channels are the speakers? By base do you mean bass? And is there a sub-woofer? Give us the model of the sound card/chip to relate it with the speakers. How are the speakers connected (thru a station or directly)?

Built-in sound cards/chips tend to be awful with +2.1 channel speakers with sub-woofer.

I just noticed this thread. Sorry we don't have many to help much in such topics here, including myself.

Do you have an icon like this:
on the toolbar?
 
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