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Thread: How do I change the bass, treble, etc for all sound?

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    Default How do I change the bass, treble, etc for all sound?

    Is there some application or module that will give me control over EQ, sound for the system? (And I don't mean just mp3's played in Amarok, but anything from flash played in a browser, to HTML5 videos to mpgs, mp3's etc)

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    Default Re: How do I change the bass, treble, etc for all sound?

    AFAIK pulseaudio-equalizer-gtk can do this.
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    Default Re: How do I change the bass, treble, etc for all sound?

    Quote Originally Posted by Knurpht View Post
    AFAIK pulseaudio-equalizer-gtk can do this.
    Over many versions the eqalizer/mixer controls are directly related to whatever sound sub-components and Desktop you have installed.

    So, for example pulseaudio equalizer is likely appropriate for 11.4, not anything before and not guaranteed for anything later.

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    Default Re: How do I change the bass, treble, etc for all sound?

    And as 6tr6tr forgot to reveal what level of openSUSE he uses, the answer is just a wild guess.

    The disease of not telling what openSUSE/Desktop one runs seems to be rather abundant today
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