[Nfbc-info] Dolby Home Theator

David Andrews dandrews at visi.com
Wed May 13 02:16:06 UTC 2015


In general, internal computer speakers aren't 
very good.  This is probably most of your problem!


At 08:40 PM 5/12/2015, you wrote:
>How do I controll how it works? All I get are 
>tabs that say Button. Is there a way to know 
>what button does what? I would just like to try 
>anything I can. Thanks. Rob Kaiser email; 
>rcubfank at sbcglobal.net -----Original 
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>[Nfbc-info] Dolby Home Theator Dolby Home 
>Theater is surround sound.  I doubt it will make 
>a difference. Dave At 06:49 PM 5/12/2015, you 
>wrote: >Hello all: I tried to get this answered 
>on the GUI list, but I got no >response on this. 
>I am trying to see (without getting external 
>speakers >right now) to see how much I can 
>inhance the sound of my internal speakers >on my 
>computer. All of my volumes are tunred up all 
>the way, but here are >certain things that still 
>aren’t ¢t loud enough. I came across 
>something in >the audio settings called Dolby 
>Home Theater. There are a lot of buttons, >and 
>there is one place where there is an up-down 
>slider. Can someone out >there explain what 
>Dolby Home Theater is suppose to do if anything? 
>Thanks. >Please either email me at the address 
>below or call me @(951)379-1092. >Again, any 
>help would be greatly appreciated. Rob Kaiser 
>email; >rcubfank at sbcglobal.net 
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