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GOM Media Player Audio Preferences - Audio Tab

- Output Device
From here you can select your hardware audio output device. In general it's recommended to use the (System Default Settings) setting.
 
- Output Channel
Set the output channel for your selected Audio Output Device.
 
- AC3-SPDIF Output
Check this box to enable digital SPDIF output for systems that support it.
 
- Equalizer
The Equalizer allows you to adjust the output of specific frequency levels.
 
Check the box next to “Enable” to turn on the equalizer. You can manually adjust the sliders, or you can select a preset. Click the pop-menu that says “(Default)” to select a preset.
 
You can manage custom presets by clicking the [Preset] button.
 
The [0dB] button will reset all the sliders back to their default position.
 
- Normalizer
The normalizer will adjust the volume to a pre-determined standard level. In effect, it raises the volume of abnormally soft audio tracks and lowers the volume of unusually loud audio tracks so that everything has the same standard peak volume levels.
 
- Limit max volume to 100%
Enable this option to make it impossible to raise the volume above 100% (100% volume will still be indicated by the volume slider being 1/2 of the way full).
 

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Plug-in

You can use Winamp DSP plug-ins with GOM Media Player. If you have any installed on your computer, use the [Browse] button to find the folder in which they're located and add them to the list.

GOM Media Player Audio Preferences - Plug-in Tab

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AudioEffects

Use the options on this tab to control various audio effects.

GOM Media Player Audio Preferences - Audio Effects Tab

- Voice Filter
Disable: Disables the Voice Filter effect completely
 
Cut: will attempt to remove the vocal portion of an audio track by cutting the frequency levels that human voices usually occupy.
 
Boost: will attempt to increase the volume of the vocal portion of an audio track by boosting the frequency levels that human voices usually occupy.
 
- Reverb Effect
Reverb refers to the way sound travels throughout a space. For instance, the sound from a piano will travel differently when played in a small room than when played in a large theater. This
function allows you to apply additional reverb to an audio track. (Moving the slider to the right increases the level of this effect.)
 
- 3D Stereo Effect
This effect makes stereo audio tracks sound wider and more three-dimensional. (Moving the slider to the right increases the level of this effect.)
 

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