Sound Output Issues

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by melvin, Oct 26, 2003.

  1. melvin

    melvin Guest

    All sound output from my computer now all of a sudden has a reverb/echo to
    it. I tried it with different apps and its all the same, regardless of what
    I do. I had this problem once before, and it went away after I changed
    something in my speaker settings. I tried that again, but had no luck this
    time around.

    Does this sound like something that anyone here has experienced, or might
    know cause/solution for? Any tips would be great.

    System Info:
    2.4G P4 processor, 512MB Ram, nvidia geforce, and soundblaster audigy card.
    melvin, Oct 26, 2003
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  2. melvin

    DeMoN LaG Guest

    My sound card's control panel (I have a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz) let's me
    add reverb and echo to it. Check if Creative's software does the same
    thing, you may have told it to add effects to it without realizing it.

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    DeMoN LaG, Oct 27, 2003
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  3. melvin

    melvin Guest

    I checked around for that, but when I installed my software, I went for
    drivers only, so the only control of any kind I have over options for my
    card are the ones in the sound section on windows control panel.

    the thing that was weird about it was that it happened at a point when there
    wasnt any programs running at all, just kinda went off all by itself. Im
    gonna fool with it a little more, and if I cant get it squared away, I'm
    just gonna delete/re-install the drivers or take the card out and run the
    comp, and then put it back in and reinstall then.
    melvin, Oct 27, 2003
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