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[Q]Beats Audio On Windows 7?

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By Ruayly, Senior Member on 6th July 2012, 06:19 AM
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I want to know if I can install the Beats Audio(like the HTC one series) on my pc. Is there any hacks? Or wat can I do I just love the sound quality.

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6th July 2012, 06:25 AM |#2  
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I want to know if I can install the Beats Audio(like the HTC one series) on my pc. Is there any hacks? Or wat can I do I just love the sound quality.

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I can't tell if you're trolling or not.....

Find any EQ software on your PC (there is probably an equalizer in the music player you're using). If there isnt one in any of your preinstalled programs then find a free EQ program. Then just slide the bass up as far as it can go. There. That's beats for you. Pretty complex groundbreaking stuff if you ask me.

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6th July 2012, 06:27 AM |#3  
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I want to know if I can install the Beats Audio(like the HTC one series) on my pc. Is there any hacks? Or wat can I do I just love the sound quality.

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Why not just use WinAmp? You can set much better equalizers on it.
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Why not just use WinAmp? You can set much better equalizers on it.

Too complicated for the situation. He wanted Beats so I gave him Beats lol. If that's his idea of good sound quality then bass to 100% will easily suffice.

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It's not that lol I played a song on my HTC One X it sounded great and than later played the same song on my laptop n the audio quality sucked! I jus Want a really good audio quality like beats audio installed on it or something. Can't I install an app? On phones u can jus install a ROM with beats or a tweak but I don't know if its the same on laptops

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Honestly, chances are that the poor quality of sound from your laptop is due to poor hardware, not software. No matter what EQ you install if the hardware can't support it then the audio will still suck.
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I'm using Samsung RV520

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It's not that lol I played a song on my HTC One X it sounded great and than later played the same song on my laptop n the audio quality sucked! I jus Want a really good audio quality like beats audio installed on it or something. Can't I install an app? On phones u can jus install a ROM with beats or a tweak but I don't know if its the same on laptops

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Hm... Yea a temporary fix could be to just use google to find a free equalizer and turn up the bass. What music player do you use on your PC? It might already have an EQ.

If you are serious about this and have some extra money laying around then you could buy some nicer external speakers and even an external amp/dac. I'd be willing to bet your current sound card and speakers aren't that great, most on consumer laptops are sub-par.


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6th July 2012, 07:32 AM |#9  
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Yea I think that would be better I wad thinking of getting myself a Sony Vaio trying to sell the Samsung I have any one interested. Or have a Sony vaio up for sale

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Get a used amp, and 2 good speakers. Plug you laptop into the amp. Get much better sound.

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"Technically the beats audio processing is supported by the chipset. Beats actually leverages SRS audio processing, which quite frankly anyone that states beats/SRS is just a bass boost or a volume booster doesn't truly understand what is going on. " - Izeltokatl

"Beats Audio" increases the clarity, sharpness, quality and fidelity of music, more of what you would hear in the studio, which is the whole point of its creation, and yes, bass does sound better.

In my experience whether it is through headphones or bluetooth, it makes a very noticeable and desirable difference.

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