Posted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 01:37 Post subject:
Is there a sound equaliser that works in YouTube?
Is there a way of Eq ing the sound while I am listening to Videos on You Tube
I can correct to some extent by fiddling with the three gains . One on the comp one one You tube and the one on the system i play it on which was designed
for gaming and has a subwoofer which is amazing considering it only draws 2 1/2 amps from the power supply ,but older music is deficient in the base end and some newer music has base over the top so i find myself bouncing back and forth cause there is no standard EQ at their end. . Headphones don't do it for me I am old school and like music in the air . it sounds better that way . The
alsamixer is good for what it does but it would be good to work the frequency bands since it is all digital anyway one would think this would not be too difficult
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Posted: Tue 22 Feb 2011, 02:47 Post subject:
I think you need a sound card with hardware tone controls if you want to change the tone of a video being played in Flash. Otherwise you could download the video and play it in a normal media player.
Unless there's some way to set up some sort of virtual sound card which has tone controls and redirects the sound to a hardware sound card... I wouldn't be surprised if there is a way. _________________ If you have or know of a good gtkdialog application, please post a link here
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