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  • Does anyone own Klipsch computer speakers.. sub output level question

    Does anyone own Klipsch computer speakers if so how do you control you sub output level via your computer controls? My balance will work but I do not have any response from the bass slider. ~~Wanting to increase the bass/sub output on my Klipsch computer speakers.
    I. Click on volume control 2. Click on mixer
    3. Click on Device/Speakers
    4.Speaker properties
    5.Levels (it is telling me Realtek High Definition Audio.
    The bass slider icon is not responsive. ie the level does not change on sub level output.
    Do I need to download some kind of Klipsch driver?

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    With most stereo setups that include a sub woofer, The sub level is adjusted manually from a knob on the sub woofer of from a separate box.

    The bass sliders within windows is likely for a 5.1 surround systems that use multiple speakers. There should be another tab for that realteck card under sound properties in the control panel that lets you select different speaker types. You can try it but I don't think it will make your sub change volume.

    What you want is the matching box that goes with your speakers. that lest you adjust the sub speaker volume. http://www.klipsch.com/promedia-2-1-control-pod/details

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