Windows 10: No bass with Dolby Digital Plus

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  1.    16 Apr 2016 #11

    [QUOTE=baskhara;638392]Just like Vlajko said, it separate headphones and speakers, so you have to set one of them as the default playback. Speakers is set by default. if you use headphones (through the headphones jack) you have to make the headphones playback as the default playback, dont worry the system will switch to speakers again if the headphone unplugged. But it wont work with USB headphones or speakers.

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    My pc sets automatically headphones as defaut when I connect them, but DDP still deasn't work, it works only with speakers
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  2. Posts : 9
    Windows 10 Pro & Ubuntu 15.10
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       16 Apr 2016 #12

    [QUOTE=Onibaku;638558]
    baskhara said: View Post
    Just like Vlajko said, it separate headphones and speakers, so you have to set one of them as the default playback. Speakers is set by default. if you use headphones (through the headphones jack) you have to make the headphones playback as the default playback, dont worry the system will switch to speakers again if the headphone unplugged. But it wont work with USB headphones or speakers.

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    My pc sets automatically headphones as defaut when I connect them, but DDP still deasn't work, it works only with speakers
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    Have you enabled Dolby inside the headphones playback? and see if "Disable all sound effects" is not enabled.
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  3.    16 Apr 2016 #13

    Have you enabled Dolby inside the headphones playback? and see if "Disable all sound effects" is not enabled.[/QUOTE]

    Everything is fine, iI tried also to reinstall the Conexant audio drivers but nothing changed
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       16 Apr 2016 #14

    Onibaku said: View Post
    Everything is fine, iI tried also to reinstall the Conexant audio drivers but nothing changed
    That weird. Can you try to reinstall the Dolby only? The file is located in your Audio Drivers (mostly). Unistall the current Dolby software and reboot then reinstall the dolby
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  5.    16 Apr 2016 #15

    baskhara said: View Post
    That weird. Can you try to reinstall the Dolby only? The file is located in your Audio Drivers (mostly). Unistall the current Dolby software and reboot then reinstall the dolby
    Done everything you suggested. Still nothing
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  6. Posts : 9
    Windows 10 Pro & Ubuntu 15.10
    Thread Starter
       16 Apr 2016 #16

    Onibaku said: View Post
    Done everything you suggested. Still nothing
    Well I'm out of idea now. I hope someone with more experience will come to help.
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  7.    16 Apr 2016 #17

    baskhara said: View Post
    Well I'm out of idea now. I hope someone with more experience will come to help.
    If all else fails, just buy an external USB sound card (this is more commonly known as "portable DAC"). That way you won't have Dolby sound stuff messing with your sound settings plus you get a cleaner / better sound quality.

    I use one, and it plugs using USB. It sounds fantastic as well, and no dolby stuff in the drivers too:

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  8. Posts : 2
    windows 10 64 bits
       19 Feb 2017 #18

    No bass with Dolby Digital Plus


    hello i have no sound on dolby digital plus
    i ve installed realtek hd audio driver 6.0.1.8059 and have 2 dolby
    dolby digital plus & dolby audio and have no sound no bass
    i have a laptop acer aspire v3-731g and windows 10 64 bits
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  9.    20 Feb 2017 #19

    atomxz said: View Post
    I had the same problem, I also have Lenovo, my model is G505.

    What solved the problem for me was, I opened this Attachment 35597

    then I changed Attachment 35598 from ''CLASSIC'' to ''MULTI-STREAM''

    and then your sound should be ok,

    and then you can adjust your bass in DDP Attachment 35599 and be happy again!

    Please respond if this helps.

    Finally an hour of searching later I have bass! Thank you!
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  10.    20 Feb 2017 #20

    aly2009 said: View Post
    hello i have no sound on dolby digital plus
    i ve installed realtek hd audio driver 6.0.1.8059 and have 2 dolby
    dolby digital plus & dolby audio and have no sound no bass
    i have a laptop acer aspire v3-731g and windows 10 64 bits
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    Make sure you don't have Enhancements turned off. If it's off Dolby still won't work even when turned on.

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