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I accidentally changed my sound settings to something that is supposed to sound like you're in an auditorium. I can't remember what I did but I need to set it back to normal.

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The problem is not at the speakers, it's at the soundcard settings. Locate (using your audio mixer panel) the effects tab and set it at no effect (or remove the enabled one).

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