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File Name: kx_audio_16903.zip
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As an even scarier example I can mention being a former PCSX2 ps2 emulator betatester that for example in Resident Evil 4 I was able to tell where the zombies stood outside the house when I was inside it! The emulator doesn't have any surround sound implementation so that puzzles me, how's it even possible? The biggest difference you can notice still is in bass quantity and soundstage. The DT Pro I didn't think did better in any regard to Pros apart from kX Audio having slightly more pronounced very deep bass, in fact in some regards I thought it sounded worse especially the highs but I don't like this kinda sound signature at all I noticed but some may like it, that's down to personal preference, it was too metallic for my liking.

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I've also used different sources in the comparision as I started to get confused if it's something wrong with my ears not being able to hear the difference or if it's simply the drivers that does such a great job so it makes the headphones sound quite the kX Audio. When using Realtek onboard kX Audio for example, the results were highly different.

The K DJ have a very dark sounding but clear and smooth highs and very punchy and pronounced upper bass and the Sennheiser HD Pros have very bright highs that sounds "thin" like lacking detail or whatever and the bass is deeper but not so "punchy", more kX Audio it would be "garbage" bass. Here I thought the K DJs were far superior and also testing M50 I thought the Pros sounded very poor I was even more puzzled than before, kX Audio could the headphones that I like so much suddenly sound so piss poor?

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I also tried plugging into a TV and had similar experience as when testing with Realtek kX Audio sound. I had similar experience when trying with FiiO E5 and PA2V2 amps, I'm actually not using them as my headphones are so easily driven anyways and I don't like how they color the sound for the worse compared to my optimally tweaked kX Audio settings.

The KX Audio provided even more bass and it did so by affecting the rest of the range too, it overpowered it so other frequencies were more difficult to hear. The kX Audio Driver is an independent WDM kX Audio Driver Model) driver for all EMU10K1 and EMU10K2-based soundcards manufactured. kxproject build without Microsoft signature, won't load on Win10 x64.

-- Contains Windows driver for x86 and x64 architectures, and also documentation, DSP effects etc. 'Old legacy skins': skin files for kX Mixer, which are probably no longer compatible.

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