New auzentech sets V1.30s are out.

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  1. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Don't know man They haven't updated there drivers long time lol. I just only tune them up :). Your welcome tune them your own setting liking see if you can get rid of static. That why there default most at 100% Mids at at 48% :) You can try lower them more or raise up to you.
     
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    Hello,

    Was quite interested in this setting of frequency range for speakers, am using Auzentech Hometheater HD card with hdmi out to Onkyo amp. Am using Jamo speakers with speaker frequency range of 170hz-20khz and Bass frequency range: 40hz-200hz.

    I noticed that there are a number of ini files for different things like GameMode.ini, treble.ini, mids.ini and subwoofer.ini etc. Is it only speaker.ini you need to change or do you need to modify other files also to match speaker ini changes?

    just seems to make sense that way but i have not done before so am not sure, would like some advice if only speaker.ini needs to be changed or others too.

    Thanks
     
  3. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Yes you have change those to your speaker settings :) Then be prefect :) Don't forget change number upper right.
     
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    AW: New auzentech sets V1.30s are out.

    dear robert, i cant find out where my configuration file is. would u plz help me?

    i only found a speakers.ini in C:\ProgramData\Creative\Spi with just [GAME]
    Location=3 in it :(

    i want to add some configuration for my headphones -> 10 - 39500 Hz


    OS Windows 8 Pro
    X-FI Forte PCIe

    ps: i do not have that ugly "lost settings after restart" problem

    i installed software first, saw that driver couldnt be installed, so i restarted into testmode and installed driver manually from "drivers" folder.
    i guess this overwrote/denied ur "pax" settings?
     
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    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    No under system 32 and wow64 folders ;) search speaker.ini in those two folders.
     
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    AW: New auzentech sets V1.30s are out.

    hi again,

    i reviewed my doing and saw ive searched for speakers.INF as u told in post 17.

    Now i looked for that magical INI filetype and found no speakers.ini system32 but in system32\........\...\...\filerepository
    this file i CANT edit.

    in SysWOW64 there is a speakers.ini, which i CAN edit and i changed settings to 10hz~39.5khz

    Ill see if smth change after next reboot.

    cya
     
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    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Re: AW: New auzentech sets V1.30s are out.

    Ya that why I kinda recommed reinstalled whole drivers. That why you do changes before you installed them.
     
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    Hi, I've checked also the "modes" (game, ecc...) and i've found that the string "Configuration\LowFrequencySeparation," was specified two times with different values. It's right?
     
  9. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    hmm I have double check you know me lol.
     
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    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Ya sorry about there should be one :). I make new sets tomorrow. Good catch ;). This why I need people look at my work make sure good :). my DJ friend also gave me Do Audigy and X-fi With HD-Blue Ray Audio Quality DRM :). I will updated those sets too.. I make them into 2.35 sets :)
     
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    Ya I will make new official sets soon with that dup fix :) Sorry about it lol.
     
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    I mostly use a headset which has a frequency range of 18hz - 28khz.
    Steelseries Siberia V2

    The headphone.ini file shows 10hz - 30khz.

    Do I still have to edit it?
    Do I have to edit the other files?

    I use the headphone setting whilst set to 5.1 in windows with CMSS-3D which sounds better to me music wise and in games.

    I want to say I don't have to edit it, but I thought I ask anwyay.

    Thank you.
     
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    Just headphones :)
     
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    So we edit the appropriate ini files here ( C:\Auzentech Forte Sound Card (YouPax)\Audio\Drivers\wdm\common ) and then reinstall the drivers to apply the changes? Do we have to reinstall the entire software suite ( C:\Auzentech Forte Sound Card (YouPax)\Audio\Setup\setup.exe ) or just the drivers ( C:\Auzentech Forte Sound Card (YouPax)\Audio\Drivers\setup.exe )?

    Also are there better explanations for every tweak in tweaks.ini?
     
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    No They are in your system32 and wow64 :) all the tweaks .ini Wait for later this afternoon I will release the drivers set with blu ray HD audio support ;)
     
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    You change the file prior to installation, otherwise you cannot edit the ini files in the system32 folder without messing with permissions.

    The SysWoW64 folder you can do by running notepad as admin then copying/pasting then saving back into the folder, but I don't know if you need the same changes for the files in system32 to take affect. It's easier and less complicated to edit the files then install.
     
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    I've made the changes to the headphone frequency, but really don't notice an improvement.

    If I kept it at 10Hz - 30KHz, what would the downside be?
     
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    Thanks !:)
     
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    Yeah so you edit the files that I mentioned (Within the driver installation suite/package that you download from here), then re/install the drivers? You don't edit the ones in system32/syswow64 etc. as Vista and Windows 7 like to be stupidly restrictive with files in there.

    Edit: I just tried my method and it worked a treat, however the entire process involves 2 reboots. But yeah so now headphone.ini located in these 2 locations:

    C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\wdma_emu.inf_amd64_neutral_98ee234e26afdb7a\Common\headphone.ini
    C: \Windows\SysWOW64\headphone.ini

    both have 12-22000hz :)
     
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    Question: Do I need to edit bass.ini, mids.ini, treble.ini and EntertainmentMode.ini ? These files also mention LowFrequencySeparation and default to the same value as speaker.ini (40-20000hz). Do I need to change them to 12-22000hz as well? Or do they not affect headphones?

    (I am also aware of v1.35 drivers. I am tweaking v1.35.)
     

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