Need help adjusting PC speaker levels.

Daveman77

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I'm trying to set my PC speaker volume levels. I need to adjust the read speakers up a bit, etc. I can't seem to find the thing that allows me to adjust each speakers level separately on my 5.1 system. The "speaker" thing is blocked out when I go to sound settings. Pic below. Is there a program I can use to do this? Thank you very much.

 

photonboy

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1) Open the "Realtek HD Manager" software (if not installed, just get from www.realtek.com or your motherboard manufacturer but the Realtek site always has the latest version.)

2) Go to "Room Correction" and then click "enable room correction"

3) Adjust the speaker volume as needed
 

Daveman77

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I don't see "room correction" in the Realtek HD Manager anywhere. All there is is an equalizer and environments like "arena" etc.

When I double click the green checkmark I get a popup with very limited settings. Nothing for room correction.

Thanks for the responses so far. Here's a pic of what I see in the audio manager. Maybe I'm blind lol. Is there a handy program that I can use to adjust my sound?

 

scout_03

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what happens if you press the file over the analog on the picture you should have the speaker in the set up on this panel and if your plug in digital that why you could not see them .check the picture on google for the realtek panel .
 
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