Turtle Beach Audio Advantage SRM ReviewFormer staff writer - March 9, 2007
The next tab is for your equalizer options. You have presets that you can choose from, or you can set your own preferences and save them using the user-defined option. There is also a toggle to turn the Equalizer on and off.
The effects tab is separated into three panels: speaker position, environment and sound fx. The speaker position panel allows you to move your speakers to different positions to adjust where the sound you hear will come from. This is most useful with the Ear Force headphones. By enabling the panel, you can set the positions manually, allow a random selection or rotate your speakers.
With the environments toggle enabled, you can set what type of environment you desire by using the drop down box. There are many options here, including padded cell, living room and forest. The L, M and S toggles will change the depth of the speakers to accommodate different room sizes and there are also toggles to raise the volume of the front and surround speakers.
The sound fx option allows you to modify the sound of digital music with effects processing.
The last tab on the control panel is the mixer. It has two panels’ playback settings and record settings. Playback settings allow you to set the playback volume levels or mute PC sound sources.
The record settings panel allows you to set the volume of the recording device you are using, whether it is a microphone or other source.
Now that the sound card is configured, it's time to do some testing.