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  1. You need to enable LEF redirection and make sure it's built-in function which is not working with external filters.
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  2. Originally Posted by sheppaul View Post
    You need to enable LEF redirection and make sure it's built-in function which is not working with external filters.
    What player are you referring to?
    "LEF" - Do you mean "LFE"?

    The thread starter moved to MPC-BE
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  3. >there is no 2.1 speakers configuration to choose

    "2.1" speakers are not actually "2.1" from the point of view of the computer - they are "2.0" aka "stereo" because they have a stereo input connection.

    A real 2.1 speaker system would have a separate input connection for the subwoofer, the way 5.1 and 7.1 systems do.

    Internally, the subwoofer signal is separated from the stereo signal with filtering; so in that sense they are 2.1 - but your media player still thinks it is stereo.
    Last edited by raffriff42; 14th Jan 2018 at 17:37.
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  4. Yeah, just look at Audio settings in MPC-BE.
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  5. Follow raffriff42 advice.
    Please provide information how this speaker set is connected to your PC - if there is only 1 cable going from computer then you have 2.0 connection not 2.1 - 2.1 assume that you have separate signal going to sub amplifier. I assume that Logitech S-220 is 2.0 set and 2.1 is created inside amplifier of the Logitech S-220 - change settings to 2.0 and verify if your bass is better.
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