The Sound Blaster X-Fi, developed by Creative, is a sound card for computers for music, movies and gaming. You can use a Sound Blaster X-Fi sound card on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7, and it has support for Linux. An equaliser improves and enhances the sound quality of your music, video games and movies. Depending on which mode you use in Sound Blaster X-Fi, you can use the equaliser to adjust the volume, bass and treble.
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Right-click the Sound Blaster X-Fi icon in the system tray at the bottom right of your screen.
Click "Music Creation Mode."
Press the right arrow at the upper-right corner.
Press the "EQ" tab.
Check the box "Enable EQ" to enable the equaliser.
Music Creation Mode
Right-click the Sound Blaster X-Fi system tray icon at the bottom of the screen.
Press the "Graph" icon to select the graphic equaliser.
Check the "Enable EQ" box to enable the graphic equaliser.
Right-click the X-Fi system tray icon.
Press "Game Mode."
Press "EQ" on the left side.
Check "Enable EQ" to enable the EQ on a Sound Blaster X-Fi.
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