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Consider donating to the Electronic Frontier Foundation! They give you stickers! When I decided to listen to some music on a new HP Notebook (Model 15-AC106TX, running Windows 10) with headphones, I noticed that there was some awful sounding additional dynamic range compression and some weird EQ applied to the music (presumably optimized for laptop speakers). I figured this was due to a fairly well hidden audio 'enhancing' program called 'DTS Stereo Sound' so I wanted to disable this. Firstly, I entered into the DTS Audio control panel (only accessible through the Windows 10 control panel). On a tab called 'Listening Experience' I noticed a checkbox labelled 'Audio Enhancements' so I tried to disable this.
The checkbox however couldn't be unchecked for seemingly no reason. Fine, just uninstall the program right? Cannot do that either.
It didn't show up on the 'Uninstall or Change a Program' programs list either for reasons unknown. In the 'speaker' properties, unchecking 'allow applications to take control of this device' doesn't change anything either. There is no apparent 'Enhancements' tab either which seems to come up on other troubleshooters to disable similar enhancements. It's a minor annoyance sure, but something that should be easy isn't because of some stupid preinstalled software that seems unable to removed the usual way and I'm left with some terrible sounding audio. The best I can do is turn volume down on an application level (e.g. Hunter fan manual.