I want my audio inputs and outputs to be clean. No effects, no EQ, no noise cancelling, NOTHING but clean audio.
Every time I disable it in MaxxAudioPro, it re-enables at some point in the future. It also defaults to being enabled every time I connect a new device. I want it to be disabled PERMANENTLY.
I have tried uninstalling Waves MaxxAudioPro and only having the RealTek Audio installed, which results in the audio being effected but having no way to turn it off.
This doesn't just affect the built in speakers/mic, but every device that is connected to the laptop, including USB audio devices.
This is completely unacceptable. I play audio through studio-grade speakers and headphones. I do not want ANY effects whatsoever to be added to my sound outputs ***NEVER EVER EVER***
Solved! Go to Solution.
Just in case this helps someone else out there... This is what ended up working:
Add or Remove programs:
After doing this, everything now works as I wanted/expected it to. Audio going out the jack is just what I played. No garbage effects applied to it.
I appreciate you trying to help but that post is for a different generation of XPS laptops.
As far as I can tell, disabling the services (or even uninstalling MaxxAudioPro) causes a default effect to be applied to the audio. The only way I can disable it is to keep MaxxAudioPro installed and disable it via the MaxxAudioPro control panel.
This works okay until the next time I connect a new audio device, install a windows update, or some other action that I can't identify (seemingly random every few weeks).
I just want it to be permanently disabled.
When I connect in a new audio device, I want it to default to being disabled.
Have you tried opening Task Manager and disabling it in the Startup tab? Also this forum post may help.