I've noticed that with some audio devices, I have a Bass and Treble
setting that I can play with (and usually do, becuase it makes things
sound MUCH better). Why don't I have that in some devices, and is there
a way (through the kernel, or through a userspace program) to make up the
difference? I use mpg123 to play my mp3 files, but that will change soon
as I am building myself a new installation of Linux (from the kernel on up
;p... the Distributions aren't keeping up as much as I want and I want all
my own home-built software anyway, except for X, 'cuz that's a bitch to
attempt to compile on my own).
Anyway, does anybody know the answer to that one?
Michael B. Trausch firstname.lastname@example.org
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