sounds kinda funny but it's true. my hp pavilion dv7 has a "woofer" on the bottom of it. when i'm using vlc i can boost the bass using the graphic eq and it actually puts out enough bottom end to make bass guitar and kick drums noticable.
recently i installed vista on a spare drive to update my bios and i thought i'd check out the sound performance while i was there. the software that came with the sound card had a bass boost/crossover for the woofer and it sounded pretty kickass for a laptop. my question is this, is there anyway do do a system wide equalisation of my audio output? also is there anyway to select a crossover frequency that will direct all the sub frequencies away from the main speakers on the laptop? the graphic eq on vlc sounded good but not as good as a crossover would because the top speakers on the laptop are not meant to handle the low freqs.
this is a pretty odd question but i just thought i'd throw it out there.