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EqualizerAPO incompatible with Logitech G930?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by spycaper51, May 26, 2015.

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  1. spycaper51

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    I recently purchased a new pair of headphones, the Logitech G930, and one of the first things I did was install the software for it. However, I discovered a problem. Before, I would use a custom equalizer known as EqualizerAPO for the sake of fine-tuning bass and treble. But, when I installed the Logitech software, it disabled my equalizer and replaced it with something else entirely. Everything sounds different now, and the equalizer provided is very sub-par. The audio quality became very, very poor after installing the software. I can go back to everything sounding normal, but that requires uninstalling the Logitech software. However, doing that disables much of the wireless function of the G930 such as the dial that controls volume and the buttons on the side that can pause/play/skip songs. No matter what I do I can't seem to find a way to get EqualizerAPO to work when the Logitech software is installed.
    Is there any way around this? Is there a way I can have the sound-quality of EqualizerAPO but with the wireless capability of the Logitech software? Is there maybe a way to disable the equalizer in the Logitech software but still keep the wireless functions?

    Using Windows 7 by the way.
     
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