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Picked up a pair of Koss ProDJ100 need some help with PC settings

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Hi, sorry if this is the wrong place. I'm pretty new at the whole good audio thing and saw that Koss ProDJ100s were on sale and decided to pick them. I want to make the best of them and I've noticed my audio drivers have some options, they are just Realtek HD for an on-board audio card so nothing special.

 

I have options for Speaker set-up and I am unsure as to what they do and how relevant they are to these headphones.

 

The first option don't seem too important because I don't think I use shared mode:

[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/MsW8Vpa.png[/IMG]

 

The second set of options seem to be more important:

[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/fFAID4M.png[/IMG]

 

Not sure if I should change any of these settings and I appreciate any help!

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I think (not sure) that you generally want to set the audio bit depth and sampling rate to match what you normally have in your music. That way, there's normally no conversion/resampling done. This could be wrong - I really don't remember... redface.gif

For the second image, headphones are stereo, so the multi-channel settings don't apply. It's usually best to tell the PC you are using stereo so that it will route all the sound out the left and right channels and it won't try to route the bass out to a subwoofer, etc.
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Alright. I'll look more into the first option but keeping the second set of them the same makes sense. Thanks for the information.

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