How do I get Sonic's surround virtualization to be always active?

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    @sandyt No point in continuing. It does well with stereo, as long as you also feed it some empty channels.
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    avada said:
    No point in continuing. It does well with stereo, as long as you also feed it some empty channels.
    Yet you continued to talk --- which is perfect as it really showed the whole forum what kind of person you are.

    And the funny thing is that you already asked this exact question LAST YEAR and were shot down as well.

    How do I force Windows Sonic to be always active?

    Please come back next year so I can throw the kitchen sink at you as well.
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    I asked a question about something particular, and you took effort to be unhelpful and spam the thread with unrelated documentation gunk.
    Meanwhile trying to explain what I experienced and know is working, to be impossible. Way to be both rude, condescending, wrong, and unhelpful.
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    Multiple people on multiple threads in multiple years told you that you are incorrect.

    Why don't you buy this t shirt, it will make you feel like a real billionaire. That's your whole argument.

    The only unrelated documentation is your "feeling" which nobody here cares.

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    sandyt said:
    Multiple people on multiple threads in multiple years told you that you are incorrect.

    Why don't you buy this t shirt, it will make you feel like a real billionaire. That's your whole argument.

    The only unrelated documentation is your "feeling" which nobody here cares.
    Claims don't overwrite reality. Fact: Sonic works as a speaker virtualizer for headphones, when fed multiple channels, even when only L/R produces sound.
    Feel free to believe your beliefs instead of actually trying it. It only makes you smaller, not me.
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    You are the only one claiming this "fact".

    If you can't google another person in this earth saying people should feed empty audio channels to fake audio signals to activate windows sonic for headphones. That's some fact. Even alien conspiracy theories have more search results.
    Last edited by sandyt; 05 Aug 2023 at 20:43.
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