How to Turn the Bass Up on Your Computer

by Thomas King
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Bass refers to low frequency sounds. By increasing the bass, the music you are listening to will take on a different and deeper sound. Windows 7 speakers come with certain options. These options include loudness, room correction, virtual sound and bass boost. These options are available regardless of the sound card on your computer, though different sound cards may add additional options.

Step 1

Click on the "Start" menu, and then click "Control Panel."

Step 2

Click "Hardware and Sound."

Step 3

Click "Sound." This will open the "Sound" dialog box.

Step 4

Click on the the speakers with the green check box next to them. These are your default speakers.

Step 5

Click on "Properties." The Speakers Properties dialog box opens.

Step 6

Click the "Enhancements" tab.

Check the box next to "Bass Boost and Low Frequency Protection," and then click "Apply."


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About the Author

Thomas King is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law where he served as managing editor of the "Pittsburgh Journal of Environmental and Public Health Law." He currently lives in Aberdeen, Washington where he writes and practices law.

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