That's unfortunate. I really feel like my music is lacking without the highs. I expected better when I plopped down 400 bucks for this board. I've never really been impressed with the "supreme" audio. Anybody else noticed this behavior? Maybe someone can recommend a good third-party equalizer?
I stopped buying any ASUS ROG/Gaming boards because of this High end audio sucks and can't be fixed.
You can find my other post here and see that nobody here gives a rats ass about it as well.
At the end of the day I just installed a sound card and was done with it.
That was my only choice other than to get a different motherboard model.
Actually, those sliders work are working for me but I assume the software version has changed quite a bit since those posts from 2016. And for the record, the keyboard tuff stuff is lame. You didn't swear off ROG you bought a sound card lol. From your other thread here:
I totally don't understand why they neutered the audio and notbody here since 2016 has offered any work-around or suggestions or pointed out anything I may be missing.
User error/incompetence. The equalizer works for me to.
Hello all, I have noticed in Sonic Studio that the 32Hz and 16kHz sliders have no effect on the sound output. All the other sliders work as they should. I am curious if anyone else has noticed this, and if so does anyone know how to fix? Using the most recent drivers from the ASUS website on Windows 10 version 1607. BIOS version 1902. Is there any way to get rid of Sonic Studio and still have an equalizer?