Addicted to Fun and Learning
- May 4, 2020
As expected. You make ridiculous blanket statements and do not have the data to back them up. This is ASR. When you make such a statement, expect other members to challenge them and ask you to back it up.So far you've tried to endlessly debate every topic we've touched on...
We went through the whole clipping thing about 304,000 times when it should have been obvious the first time
I'm not going to do this again.
From the site you linked, it becomes obvious that it is a setting issue on your system:
As I said: windows CAN do these things but they are not always on. It would be ridiculous if they were.
Audio Signal Processing Modes - Windows drivers
Drivers declare the supported audio signal processing modes for each device.
Bass Management There are two bass management modes: forward bass management and reverse bass management. Forward bass management filters out the low frequency content of the audio data stream. The forward bass management algorithm redirects the filtered output to the subwoofer or to the front-left and front-right loudspeaker channels, depending on the channels that can handle deep bass frequencies. This decision is based on the setting of the LRBig flag. To set the LRBig flag, the user uses the Sound applet in Control Panel to access the Bass Management Settings dialog box. The user selects a check box to indicate, for example, that the front-right and front-left speakers are full range and this action sets the LRBig flag. To clear this flag, select the check box. Reverse bass management distributes the signal from the subwoofer channel to the other output channels. The signal is directed either to all channels or to the front-left and front-right channels, depending on the setting of the LRBig flag. This process uses a substantial gain reduction when mixing the subwoofer signal into the other channels. The bass management mode that is used depends on the availability of a subwoofer and the bass-handling capability of the main speakers. In Windows, the user provides this information via the Sound applet in Control Panel.