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It always works well for music lovers to extend the quality of sound for surround effects. Because no doubt, if you’ve enabled such a facility, even you would fall in love with the jazz classics. Unfortunately, this facility if not enabled by default and users are required to enable it manually.
Don’t worry, because I’ll guide you to a straight forward way to complete the task. Here, I’ve drafted a complete guide to Configure & Test Surround Sound on Windows 10. This way, you’ll be allowed to listen to your favorite tracks in better sound quality.
How to Configure & Test Surround Sound on Windows 10
Update Audio Drivers
Your audio drivers should be up-to-date if you want to get the job done. So first, you’ll be required to check it and if there’s an update available, do it to be successful in Configuring & Testing Surround Sound on Windows 10.
- Type “Device Manager” in the Cortana search and click on the Open button.
- Navigate to the “Sound, video and game controllers” menu.
- Right-click on the first tab and select “Update Driver”
- Click on “Search automatically for updated software”
- Now let it search for the appropriate results for you.
- After it provides appropriate results, make a choice:
- If there’s an update available, allow your PC to execute it.
- If there isn’t an update, just close the device manager.
Configure Surround Sound on Windows 10
- Open Windows 10 Settings and navigate to the “System” tab.
- Click on Sound from the left-panel and then on “Sound Control Panel” from the right-panel.
- Under the “Playback” tab, select the desired Surround sound system and click on the “Set Default” button.
- Now click on the configure button that’s available on the left bottom side.
- On the next window, click on the “Next” button.
- Now check the “Surround Speakers” checkbox and hit “Next”.
- After you get notified of the successful configuration, close the window.
Test Surround Sound on Windows 10
- Open “Sound Control Panel” again.
- Visit the Playback tab and after selecting your desired sound system, click on “Configure”
- Now under “Audio Channels” select the surround sound and click on “Test”
- If the results are as you expected, just close the window and enjoy it.
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