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Rechkalov7

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Greetings,


i bought a new computer near one year ago and i kept the same polk audio speakers since i liked them. The audio card for both computers are soundmax. my new computer is in repair now and i came back to my older computer and realised the sound was much much much better with the older computer, any idea where that could come from?


Thanks.
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Damien Kane

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As an ex-Windows ME user and proud of it (I'll make no friends talking like that), I found that the sound was better for some awkward reason on the old operating system, rather than XP. Computers are stupid and funny like legless dogs. I personally think it's a driver issue, because I could get 'spatial surround sound' on my old Windows ME, but on XP, the option wasn't there.

Nowadays, I invested 50 bucks in a surround sound system which sounds even better!
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