Smiles, you must have meant bass, not base
and a pre-amp will adjust one’s levels to how far or how
little one would need to turn up the actual volume knob to
get to the levels one would want. If you do not understand
it, it’s best that you just don’t mess with it, but if you
want, play with it all you want and just remember where it
was prior to your messing with it so you can return it to
the very same levels if desired.
Haven’t you ever seen and played with an
actual equalizer before? The potentiometers (the
adjustable slides) on the left are for lower frequencies
(bass), the ones in the middle are going to be for
midrange frequencies and the ones to the far right are for
higher frequencies (treble) and this is true for all
equalizers, but how your individual ears hear is going to
be different than the rest of us. So adjust them to your
liking however that may turn out to be.
Trebble and base, volume and
separation I know.
What are extra/other bands?
What does a preamp do?
Yes, you can adjust the equalizer to your
liking for bass which would be 1 and Q to adjust
accordingly, and 0 and P for treble.
Use the following hot keys in the WinAmp
Equalizer (for JAWS users):
To open/close the equalizer, press Alt+G.
To enable/disable the equalizer after it
is opened, press N.
To toggle equalizer auto-loading, press A.
To open the presets menu, press S.
To increase the equalizer bands, press 1
through 0 on Numeric Row.
To decrease the equalizer bands, press Q
To increase the equalizer PreAmp, press
To decrease the equalizer PreAmp, press
Can I control the trebble and
bass levels using the equalizer. My bose Bluetooth has
too much bass by itself.
Below is the download link for the Realtek
driver with equalizer I use when necessary to fix a
Realtek soundcard problem if this problem pops up. Read
the instruction text file before attempting the
executable. If you don't follow the instructions you'll
get an error message when trying to install. I use this
driver for both Windows 7 & 10 64 bit Pro systems.
Take care. Mike. Sent from my iBarstool.
Arguing with a woman is like reading a software license
agreement. In the end you have to ignore everything,
& click I agree.