I noticed echo after downloading another program that turns my phone into speakers for my PC and that seemed like it conflicted with Fx as I heard both my phone and Fx play the same audio on my PC.
When I realized this, I deleted the program but could still hear echo. I checked the sound settings and found out that Fx and my headphones are playing the same audio on my PC at the same time. Tried using another headphones, reinstalling Fx, troubleshooting( maybe not correctly), and even updating my headphone’s drivers all to no avail. HELPP MEH
If you want to get rid of FxSound, try uninstalling the driver manually (since the risks involved in uninstalling the FxSound driver are close to zero).
Please note, you will need to restart your computer afterwards; and you’ll probably still want to check your Control Panel (under “Uninstall or change a program”) to verify if FxSound is uninstalled there, and if not, uninstall it through Control Panel as well.
First, these are the instructions on how to check if the FxSound driver was installed properly:
And these are the instructions on how to manually delete the driver:
Which one was that, and have you tried visiting their support page, subreddit, helpdesk and/or forum?
Because it sounds to me like FxSound did not create this problem, and was working perfectly fine before you installed that other program.
This is a quick copy-paste of my standard list of settings I usually recommend checking first:
Make sure your computer, Windows and sound drivers have received all the latest updates;
Try completely removing and then re-adding the problematic sound device(s);
Try browsing their manufacturer’s website to find and download software built specifically for your devices;
In the General section of FxSound’s Settings menu, try changing the setting for automatic switching;
1 - I uninstalled Fx Audio Enhancer and AudioRelay (The application I was talking about) from the device manager because deleting them from the control panel is not enough. So now my PC is completely free of any other audio app.
2 - They don’t have a subreddit but I tried searching their FAQ to no avail.
3 - I tried almost every single point in your list but that also did nothing
4 - Should’ve provided this from the start but this is what it looks like when I said that both Fx and the original sound device play at the same time:
I think so too, it was working completely fine up to that point so I’m probably the cause of the issue. AHHH I’m so sorry but am just out of options, I rly love Fx it really came in clutch and this forum page’s UI is so perfect.
But there are still two devices playing simultaneously?
Have you tried removing and then re-adding the problematic device?
Here’s something you could do really quickly: disable, and then re-enable the device(s) involved.
@Aiwaku is experiencing an echo effect caused by two devices playing simultaneously after installing AudioRelay in combination with FxSound, and I tagged you to ask you if you have any advice or suggestions regarding a possible fix.
Tysm for your help, I kinda gave up cuz this is taking a lot of time so I started using EQ extension for Chrome and its working just fine. Maybe something’s wrong with my PC, I haven’t factory reset in 6 years lol.