- Dec 26, 2009
- 555 (0.14/day)
- boondocks, Michigan
|System Name||Majestic Command 2.2 / Majestic Scout|
|Processor||Core i7 firstname.lastname@example.orgGhz / Core i7 email@example.comGHz|
|Motherboard||MSI X58M / Clevo proprietary|
|Cooling||Scythe Apsalus 90 92mm water loop / stock|
|Memory||3x2GB@1066 / 2x8GB@1600|
|Video Card(s)||GTX 560ti / GTX 860m (Maxwell)|
|Storage||64Gb SSD, 2TB HDD / 240GB SSD, 750GB HDD|
|Display(s)||Acer 23" LED @1080-60Hz / 13.3" @1080-60Hz|
|Case||NZXT Vulcan / Clevo W230SS|
|Audio Device(s)||X-Fi Titanium>AT-HA25D>ATH-AD1000/X-Fi HD>ESW9|
|Power Supply||Kingwin Mach-1 700 watt modular / stock brick|
|Software||Windows 7 Ultimate (64bit) / "|
Yikes! Doesn't it kill your ears having the equalizer set like that?!! The treble must be piercing.Sorry for the double post but I need help with sound settings.
This headset is my first real good gaming set and I'd like to know, is there a trick most use to get the best sound outta there head set?
I play with the EQ settings while listening to MP3's and have the sound matched to my likeness.
But when I jump into a game it's like holly crap!!! BASS!!!! I need to lower the volume as my bones are vibrating lol. But really is there a setting I need to be concerned about for proper gaming sound?
hear, I took some screen shots on what my settings are at. If there is something off would you kind ppl please help guide me on what needs to be adjusted?
Mine's turned off usually-