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Problem with Headphones

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My headphones are virtual 7.1 surround, just so you know. I usually play fps games like cs go and valorant, but i cant really distinguish the steps and from where stuff is happening, but when im watching a cs video or stream, i can perfectly distinguish them. Can someone guide me trough this pls?

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Have you tried turning off the 7.1 surround sound settings and just playing with straight stereo?


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19 minutes ago, GaZpi_ said:

I dont know how to do that.

This are my headphones https://www.asus.com/pt/Headphones-Headsets/TUF-GAMING-H3/.

Is it possible that the cable connecting the 3.5mm jack to my motherboard interface is with problems?

Wait are you already connected to my your motherboard and not virtual surround sound USB module? Then Asus is straight up lying to you are you running software to emulate virtual surround sound?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
45 minutes ago, rice guru said:

Wait are you already connected to my your motherboard and not virtual surround sound USB module? Then Asus is straight up lying to you are you running software to emulate virtual surround sound?

I dont think im using any software, like iCue from corsair right?

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7 minutes ago, GaZpi_ said:

I dont think im using any software, like iCue from corsair right?

Like anything that could potentially affect sound including windows own sound affects through your advanced sound controls


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, rice guru said:

Like anything that could potentially affect sound including windows own sound affects through your advanced sound controls

I dont think so, is there anyway to verify that?

 

 

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Directly from the link you supplied

Screenshot_20200528_070016.thumb.jpg.bb3664c2c74df251dbc3e71c940b0a60.jpg

 

Now, I didn't have to speak this language to notice the asterisk down the bottom clarifying the surround experience was just Windows sonic support, which is funny considering every audio device has windows sonic support, it's built in to Windows.....

 

You got played OP.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
40 minutes ago, The Flying Sloth said:

Directly from the link you supplied

Screenshot_20200528_070016.thumb.jpg.bb3664c2c74df251dbc3e71c940b0a60.jpg

 

Now, I didn't have to speak this language to notice the asterisk down the bottom clarifying the surround experience was just Windows sonic support, which is funny considering every audio device has windows sonic support, it's built in to Windows.....

 

You got played OP.

Thanks for the explanation, its portuguese btw. I got them very cheap, is there anyway to fix my problem? because they do very well on the phone, but on PC they are very crappy.

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43 minutes ago, GaZpi_ said:

Thanks for the explanation, its portuguese btw. I got them very cheap, is there anyway to fix my problem? because they do very well on the phone, but on PC they are very crappy.

Enable Windows Sonic and disable everything else


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