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{{ii}} If using an upmixer that also incorporates height speakers; such as DTS Neural:X, Dolby Surround Upmixer, or Dolby Pro Logic II Z; you may want to disable your height speakers to remain faithful to the original mix.
 
{{ii}} If using an upmixer that also incorporates height speakers; such as DTS Neural:X, Dolby Surround Upmixer, or Dolby Pro Logic II Z; you may want to disable your height speakers to remain faithful to the original mix.
 
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Use the receiver's speaker layout configuration settings to disable the side speakers. Note that this is different from simply muting said speakers.
 
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====Older games not using surround sound on Windows Vista or newer====
 
====Older games not using surround sound on Windows Vista or newer====
 
See [[Glossary:Sound card#DirectSound hardware path|DirectSound 3D restoration software]].
 
See [[Glossary:Sound card#DirectSound hardware path|DirectSound 3D restoration software]].

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