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E.q. when i try to set my eq to custom. i have to go back to it after every song and move one of the bars up or down to get it to kick in again. and i have it set the same as another in the house and it sounds like **** any suggestions?

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If your songs are coming from more than one source, or you are using a pure file sharing program like Limewire, Morpheus, Frostwire, etc., every mp3 is recorded at different levels. You will have to become a bit of an audio editing expert to do this, but you will need to get audio editing software, and set the elvels, bit rate, etc of all of the songs to exactly the same level - or else, you will get variable play quality on your custom EQ settings. WARNING: This is going to take a LONG time.

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Posted on Sep 05, 2008

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