In Windows 7, you can select different sound effects for speakers and change listening configuration settings like Pitch shift, Equalizer, Virtual surround, and Loudness equalization. These settings depend on the Speakers you are using in your Windows 7 computer.
To select sound effects for speakers, change listening configuration settings in Windows 7, follow the below given steps:
1) Click on Start menu and then click on Control Panel.
2) In Control Panel, click on “Hardware and Sound”
3) Then, click on “Sound”.
4) In Sound dialog box, go to “Playback” tab, and double-click on “Speakers” icon.
5) In “Speakers properties” dialog box, go to “Enhancements” tab.
6) Here you will find different sound effects like Pitch shift, Equalizer, Virtual surround, and Loudness equalization. Check any sound effects option, say Equalizer, and then from the “Setting” drop down menu, select a particular setting. For Example, Bass. Also, you have the option to define a custom setting. To save a user defined setting, click on “…” button next to the Setting drop down menu, and set the frequencies in “Graphic EQ” dialog box. Option will be automatically selected. After you have selected the user defined frequencies, click on “Save”. Similarly, you can select any other sound effect and modify the
7) Click on “Apply” and “OK” in “Speakers properties” dialog box.
8) Then, click on “Apply” and “OK” in “Sound” dialog box.