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Surround questions, Front/back "balance" & DTS-Question
mundschuss
post Apr 10 2008, 17:50
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hi,

ive got 2 questions


1) Can I "balance" the sorround-sound to back or make the back louder, because the back is very quiet, could possible that the back is luder without remixing the whole files? in the raw file the mix of all 5 chanels is at the same volume, so its a problem of foobar/soundcard/soround-system

2) Have ripped a DTS-CD into .dts, but when i play them most of the bass bass is away, when i put in the DSP 5.1 -> stereo everything sounds ok. the subwoofer has a signal, but its quiet.
i have the same porlbme with a dvd-dts-raw files, only tested it with those 2.

seeya
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ShadowWare
post Apr 10 2008, 18:27
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I'm not sure if this could be a solution for you, but try foo_channel_mixer. This plugin works as DSP. in its configuration, you can manually trim the rear volume and other things.
You can add subwoofer settings, but all of them are global, not track/album-specific.
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mundschuss
post Apr 10 2008, 19:01
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ohh, thx, now my stereo flacs sound much better, but the dark side of the moon dts still sounds ....

does anyone know how to put the equalizer on the dts plugin, because i discoverd that the eq has no function in dts files.


seeya

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