The first thing you should do if you want your Windows 11 device’s audio to sound better is turn on Audio Enhancements. It is an attribute that automatically improves the sound quality for the installed hardware (via wccftech ). You may easily enable the feature by following these instructions.
To reach System Settings, click System and then press your Windows X keys. Sound of a click Locate the Advanced section by scrolling down, then click All sound devices. Choose the audio equipment whose sound quality you want to enhance. Select Device Default Effects from the Properties menu by selecting the arrow next to Audio Enhancements. Spatial Audio is a further aspect that can improve the overall sound quality. By simulating surround sound for compatible programs and media, Spatial Audio in Windows 11 improves the audio quality. Enabling spatial audio may be useful if you enjoy viewing movies or playing games on your desktop or laptop.
Right-click on the speaker icon on your taskbar in the lower-right corner of your screen. Choosing Sound Settings Locate the Spatial Audio option by clicking on the arrow next to your audio device and scrolling down. Windows Sonic for Headphones can be chosen by clicking the option. As you read the rest of this article, keep an eye on the Sound menu in System Settings because we’ll be coming back to it multiple times.
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The method for experimenting with various audio profiles was described in the section before this one. You may choose Equalizer and modify the frequency bars in the same window to change the audio output on your Windows 11 device. The slider bars on your left are typically for low-end frequencies, also known as bass, and the slider bars on your right are for high frequencies, also known as treble.
Adjust the bars and listen for audio changes. When finished, give the equalizer setting a name to save it. You can choose from settings like Pop, Live, Club, Rock, Treble, Bass, and more by clicking the drop-down menu next to Setting if you’re having trouble understanding how the equalizer works. You do not need to bother about manually setting the equalization because of these settings, which adjust it appropriately.
Last but not least, make sure your Windows 11 laptop or PC’s audio drivers are up to date. Press the Windows key X and choose Device Manager from the menu that displays to accomplish this. Select Update Driver from the context menu when you right-click on the relevant audio device under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers. After that, install the most recent audio drivers for your system by adhering to the directions displayed on the screen. Regular audio driver updates guarantee the best sound quality and ensure that your devices are interoperable.