Realtek Audio On Dell Desktop Motherboard (Dell 8900 System)


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    Realtek Audio On Dell Desktop Motherboard (Dell 8900 System)


    Hello,

    I have a new Dell 8900 series desktop. (64 bit)

    Apparently has Realtek integrated audio on the Motherboard.

    The audio works fine, but the program that gives the user, me, options for adjusting
    the audio is really poor.

    Something called Maxx Audio Pro. No idea if it is a Dell implementation, or some third party software.

    I wrote Realtek, but haven't received any answer.

    Anyone know if they, Realtek, or anyone else offers software that would
    allow more, and easier, adjustments for the audio (speakers, headphones, equalizer, etc.) ?

    Was hoping that Realtek had a downloadble package that I could use instead
    of what Dell provides.

    Thanks,
    Bob
      My Computer

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    Robert11 said:
    Hello,

    I have a new Dell 8900 series desktop. (64 bit)

    Apparently has Realtek integrated audio on the Motherboard.

    The audio works fine, but the program that gives the user, me, options for adjusting
    the audio is really poor.

    Something called Maxx Audio Pro. No idea if it is a Dell implementation, or some third party software.

    I wrote Realtek, but haven't received any answer.

    Anyone know if they, Realtek, or anyone else offers software that would
    allow more, and easier, adjustments for the audio (speakers, headphones, equalizer, etc.) ?

    Was hoping that Realtek had a downloadble package that I could use instead
    of what Dell provides.

    Thanks,
    Bob
    You should find updates in Dell site, is the audio management SW they use
    Edit: it seems they not use it anymore, here is the link for Dell 8900 XPS, there is a recent driver for the audio controller:
    Product Support | Dell US
      My Computer


 

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