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Thread: PulseAudio: Any way to specify LFE Crossover frequency?

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    PulseAudio: Any way to specify LFE Crossover frequency?

    So, the only way to have bass is to use PulseAudio and edit daemon.conf to enable-lfe-remixing? Well, damn, but alright.
    Question is: how do I fine-tune low frequency reproduction (since my satellites can't handle anything below 150Hz)?

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    Re: PulseAudio: Any way to specify LFE Crossover frequency?

    id like this info also
    asrock 890 delux fx4 amd 6 core 2.8ghz 4 gigs ddr 3 ram

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    Unhappy Re: PulseAudio: Any way to specify LFE Crossover frequency?

    Add me to the list of people who'd really like a configurable LFE crossover frequency. My system sounds a lot better with the subwoofer set to come in at 80Hz; alas, I no longer have the receiver that can do that (sub lacks a built-in crossover, too).

    From Googling the issue, the PulseAudio team is aware of the issue and doesn't seem to care about fixing it. (http://www.mail-archive.com/pulseaud.../msg02593.html)

    I suppose the best way to deal with this would be to open a bug for PulseAudio, and anyone who cares for this could check the "Affects me too" box.

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