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Ajust sound listening to music i change my sound from normal to sounding like it came from a echo hall, how do i put it back?

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Open up your sound card software. There should be an icon at the bottom right of the screen. In the box that opens up, you should find a tab that says "effects" or something like that, based on your software. Here you can choose the type of effect you want. Try experimenting with different effects and select the one you like best.

If you do not see the icon at the bottom right of the screen, go to START > ALL PROGRAMS, and you should find an entry there for your sound card software.

Let me know it goes...

Posted on Apr 19, 2008

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    Swilin Sampson Apr 19, 2008

    Thank you for your rating. Glad I could be of help.

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