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Monday, May 9, 2011

How to Use the Graphic Equalizer in Windows Media Player 12

This guide shows you how to use the graphic equalizer to adjust audio output frequencies in Windows Media Player 12.

  1. Right-click anywhere in Windows Media Player, then click on Enhancements. Select Graphic Equalizer.

    Open Graphic Equalizer panel

    If the graphic equalizer is turned off, click Turn on.

    Turn on settings

  2. You will have a number of options available to you at this point. On the left are three settings that control how the sliders move.

    Settings adjustments

    Settings options

    Settings options

    They can move independently, as a loose group or a tight group.These settings become important if you are doing a custom setting on the graphic equalizer.

  3. At the top is a selection of preset settings for the equalizer.

    Default options

  4. Click the currently selected preset to display the full list.

    Preset options

  5. Select the preset you want or click Custom at the bottom if you wish to adjust the settings manually. If you choose Custom move the sliders to the position you desire.
  6. Which ever setting you choose a preset or a custom setting, the changes take effect immediately.

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