I just revived from inactivity, but big shout-out to the people like MLE and others who keep updating this thread and all the useful information that's out there. To me, its kinda funny, It's 2018 and nothing significant has been implemented (software wise) that with just 1 click of a button, you get true 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound for your speakers or headphones, and then one click to turn them off. Even Atmos or Windows Sonic are on full tilt mode, AC:Origins (for the pc) developer removes the Atmos feature, who even knews if the game worked with it on or without it on, Now there's no support for it, and its a mixed bag of people saying it works or it doesn't. ITS 2018. Why isn't software calibration up to spec? Razer Surround? Jibberish. Windows Sonic and Atmos? Questionable at the best. What about that 10 dollar sound card program that you could buy on steam? Even that thing was going haywire. Why don't you just make Dolby headphone available to all windows users for a one time fee and have your software actually work for once. Why do i have to spend money on Creative Sound Cards and Creative products like the X7 to do 1 small thing that I've been scratching my head for years for them to integrate properly.