This is my first post at this forum, and I hope I will enjoy my stay here : ).
So, I'm wondering, is there a system-wide audio equalizer for Windows? I have a Realtek soundcard with a built-in equalizer, but, it's just not powerful enough.
I've spent 4 days non-stop except for sleep looking for one and no luck
So, most media players have an EQ built-in. But that EQ doesn't do much when you're watching YouTube or playing a game. So, how to I go about modifying the "Stereo Mix" output of my PC (yes, I do have a working Stereo Mix feature, it's not blocked
My computer's audio looks like this:
Music----> EQ ---------> Sound Card ---> Receiver ---> Sound System
So, my old receiver is no longer with us, and I got a new one really cheap. It's an Onkyo, so it's got to be worth more than what we paid for
But I'd like to adjust the new receiver a bit, mainly in the low bass range (below 200 Hz, down to 25 Hz).
Without the budget for any sort of pre-amp, how would I EQ any audio coming out of my computer? Is there anything I can install that can replace the cheesy Realtek EQ?
This is all I want:
Soundcard Output ---> EQ ---> Eq'd Soundcard Output ---> Receiver ---> Sound System
Is it that hard to program? I know nothing about programming, but considering the number of freeware programs out there, I don't know why someone hasn't made this yet
When I went to Google, all I found was people asking the same question I'm asking now.
I almost got halfway there when I downloaded a little program called "savihost", and is runs a VST plug-in as a standalone program. Luckily, there are thousands of EQ VST's out there
Even better, I was able to set up the VST to have Stereo Mix as the input and output to my speakers.
However, this resulted in low-volume distorted feedback : (.
So I'm at a brick wall. I just need to know, what can I do? Are there any system-wide EQ's out there? Even if an experienced programmer could make a quick console-window EQ then that would be great.
But I've searched and searched, like wandering the Sahara for water, and found nothing.
Anyone have any suggestions on what to do? Thanks in advance to anyone who helps out!