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Bass destortion Hi, i recently purchased the logitech r20 2.1 system. first i ran it on my onboard souncard, i was a bit disapointed in the subwoover having this hollow dump dump sound. Now I know this isn't rite cause I live for bass and I have 2 12" subs in my car. so today I bought a Creative Sound blaster Audigy 24bit up to 7.1 channel. Thinking this would fix the problem or at least give me a slider bar where I could turn the bass down just a bit. Well, didn't fix the problym and yes, there is slider bars for the bass in evey setting exept for the 2.1 setting. Will someone please help me!

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Yes u nee dto get the kilspe 2.1 promeadia speakers way better big bass rocks seprate bass control used set on ebay for 65

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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    also in your card theres x fi control panel did u dl latest droiver from website and adjust cross over badd adjustment limit the bas sto 80 hertz mab ythose cant take that super low like others i said will

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