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Complete uninstall and reinstall worked like a charm 🙂
I installed the latest alpha today and I’m running Windows 10 x64. It doesn’t look like Windows is processing the audio through DPS properly. My volume control on my keyboard is adjusting DPS’ volume but it has no effect on the output volume. I have to change the speaker volume to get any change, making me think the computer is bypassing DPS.
I can’t remember if I asked this but it’s in regards to the volume mixer (Windows). The DPS volume level is automatically set to 100%, which means I have to keep the Windows one below 55-60 unless I want to blow out my eardrums. Having roughly half the usual range limits my fidelity in controlling the volume at lower levels (0-10) and when I want to listen to music quietly it ends up being big jumps. Would it be possible let the end user control the DPS Windows volume and maybe set it to 75% instead?
My stereo controls default to “off” on boot as well.
DPS is pegging at 100% volume and staying there on startup. I have to remember to turn it down manually so the neighbors don’t think I’m having a rave. 🙂
So far…awesome! I forgot how amazing DPS makes everything sound, and now with the Klipsch ProMedia profile complete I’m in heaven.
For the stereo controls, it’d be nice to adjust the balance within the same window by dragging the blue ball back and forth. My left speaker is closer to me than my right one and I don’t see a way to counter that.
I think DPS defaulted to off when my computer booted up as well.