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Letasoft Sound Booster

1 stars

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"epic fail and complete opposite"

"epic fail and complete opposite"

jefdvs6 May 12, 2018  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.10.0.478

2018-05-12 12:44:07  |  By jefdvs6

Pros

none whatsoever

Cons

absolute worthless trash

Summary

not worth a damn. absolute opposite effect, have to close all apps except file explorer to uninstall or else you're stuck with a gain.dll that refuses to die (registers to onedrive use, then blizzard, etc. and that's just my case until all but security and file explorer are dealt with). bottom line: don't even go there.

5 stars

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"Excellent sound booster for laptop"

"Excellent sound booster for laptop"

karzz01 October 25, 2017  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.9.0.460

2017-10-25 05:35:09  |  By karzz01

Pros

Excellent sound booster for laptop

Cons

Noooooooooooooo

1 stars

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"Worst customer service I've ever seen"

"Worst customer service I've ever seen"

rstrub11 September 16, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-09-16 18:33:43  |  By rstrub11

Pros

The program does work as claimed (on my Acer Aspire), even in Windows 10 (Started using it in Win7, then Win8.2) It did boost the sound volume on my laptop's speakers.

Cons

If a video/audio is already loud enough, Sound Booster will distort the sound, but that's easily remedied by just turning it off temporarily.

If you crank it up too high, it WILL blow your speakers. I kept the level at 250, with very few problems.

Letasoft's 'customer service' is nonexistent. The laptop I originally installed Sound Booster on was stolen from my apartment while I was in the hospital, and then physical rehab. I downloaded the trial version again, and tried to use my original Product Key that I had purchased. Of course, I got a "That Product Key is already in use" message.
I emailed customer support, with my original order and Product Key info, asking if they could issue a new key, since my laptop had been stolen. After two weeks, with no reply, I emailed again. Again, no reply. Then, I submitted my question on their website 'Contact Us' form. You guessed it; no reply.

Summary

The software works, but it's not going to improve sound quality, just volume. Customer service sucks, so, if you have any problems, don't expect any help from Letasoft. For that reason, I will never buy another product from them. If I could give negative stars, this vendor would get a -10.

1 stars

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"Get rid of the screeching before it deafens someone!"

"Get rid of the screeching before it deafens someone!"

pw2013 August 06, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-08-06 09:06:41  |  By pw2013

Pros

Boosts sound, sometimes

Cons

Randomly causes screeching sounds; which can be painful when sound is boosted to 500%, and you have headphones on.

Summary

Don't use if you value your hearing!

1 stars

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"Watch out. Doesn't deinstall & it messed up my machine"

"Watch out. Doesn't deinstall & it messed up my machine"

Louis de la Verit July 25, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-07-25 09:43:14  |  By Louis de la Verit

Pros

I tried to get it working by rerunning but it doesn't work.

Cons

Tried to deinstall it won't deinstall. The stupid gain.dll get locked.
It doesn't have a repair.
Leaves machine in a bad state. Nothing will play now on YouTube.

Summary

Awful.

2 stars

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"Worked great, but don't change any hardware..."

"Worked great, but don't change any hardware..."

OuterData July 12, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-07-12 22:05:01  |  By OuterData

Pros

I am hearing impaired, and it worked great. Until...

Cons

Until I had to install a new motherboard. It was set to auto run, but as soon as it opened, it asked for my activation code. Why? I entered the activation key I paid for, but it won't work. Letasoft won't respond to messages from their contact form, nor my many emails.

Summary

In short, I would not recommend this product. There's absolutely zero support from the company. The joke's on them, we've decided to develop something similar.

5 stars

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"It worked on my Toshiba laptop!!"

"It worked on my Toshiba laptop!!"

  June 27, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-06-27 12:24:42

Pros

It worked!

Cons

Not free. :(

Summary

Didn't think it would work, but it did! They have a trial on their website to download!

5 stars

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"exactly what i needed, a means to amplify the sound"

"exactly what i needed, a means to amplify the sound"

  April 20, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-04-20 14:14:23

Pros

does exactly what it says , simple to use

Cons

none, it's exactly what i wanted,to somehow raise the laptop max volume, since w7 does such a poor job of it

1 stars

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"Used to work; Now it doesn't."

"Used to work; Now it doesn't."

  February 26, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-02-26 12:41:09

Pros

Previously - Greatly boosted system sound.

Now - None, doesn't work.

Cons

Doesn't work.

Summary

Now I'll have to find something else to blast music through my house. Used to turn my computer into a bass belching boombox type of sound.

Now it doesn't do jack****.

1 stars

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"doesnt work"

"doesnt work"

jlindley0708 January 19, 2015  /  Version: Letasoft Sound Booster 1.2

2015-01-19 19:31:49  |  By jlindley0708

Pros

none, doesnt work

Cons

doesnt work, no difference between 500% and 100%, no difference between enable and disable.

Summary

win 7 64bit, headphones, onboard sound, PoS software, probably use of software is to install spyware and adware into your system. (which if ur not careful you will install shite onto your system; avoid)

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How can I get better sound from my PC?

What are the best, reasonably inexpensive hardware and/or software solutions to improve a PC’s crappy sound? We find the audio of TV programmes hard on our ears, bass too loud, and the high notes are several db lower than normal due to our age. We use our PCs to listen to classical music as well.

Our operating system is Microsoft Windows 7, default device: Realtek speakers. Our speakers are cheap Creative MF 0055 2.0 Series. Are the standard sound boards that come with most PCs suitable or is a better one required? (We live in Canada and subscribe to the Guardian.) Mario

A PC is a poor source for hi-fi, but that probably doesn’t matter if you mainly want to change the sound to suit your ears. In the long term, I expect you will have to buy better speakers. However, you can start by experimenting with Windows’ settings and, perhaps, some audio utilities.

Sound software

It seems your PC has a Realtek audio chipset on the motherboard – actual sound cards are rare nowadays. You should therefore have Realtek software bundled with Windows 7. To run it, click the Start button and type Realtek in the search box. When Realtek HD Audio Manager comes up, click the name to run it.

When Realtek starts, check that the speaker configuration is set to stereo, then select the tab marked “Sound Effects”. The bottom half of this page offers an equalizer to adjust the different frequencies in the sound, though it will probably be set to “<None>”. Look to the right of this box, skip the Reset button, and click on the rectangular button that shows a tiny screen. This is the command to “Change to graphic EQ”.

You should now see a set of sliders that change the loudness at different frequency ranges. To start with, all the sliders will be level, but you can move them to reduce the bass and increase the treble. Click “Save” and “OK” then enter a filename (eg trebletest) to keep the settings, and see how the changes affect the sound. You can fine-tune the settings later, or turn off EQ.

You can also change your PC’s sound by installing a program, such as DFX Audio Enhancer 11.4, which provides a lot of effects. The free version is unbelievably annoying, and doesn’t give you full control of the sliders. However, even if you don’t change any of the pre-sets, it does make a significant difference to the sound. Click to turn off Hyperbass and it may solve your problem with TV programmes. If so, it might be worth paying $29.99 or $39.99 (US dollars) for the full DFX Plus version.

Claesson Edwards Audio’s Breakaway Audio Enhancer is an alternative commercial program ($29.95) with a fully functional trial version. The company serves the professional audio market with much more expensive software, and it doesn’t have versions for Windows 8 or 10.

Active speakers

I think you are using Creative SBS 260 speakers at the moment. These were one of the cheapest on the market ($10 to $20 per pair), and have front-facing bass ports to make them sound bigger than they are. You can do a lot better, but choosing a pair depends on what’s available in Canada.

You don’t need lots of bass, so I’d suggest a traditional pair of wired speakers, with no subwoofer to provide deep bass. For example, consider the Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II 2.0 ($90) or the T40 ($110). These have more powerful amplifiers than the SBS 260, dedicated tweeters for treble performance, and their own volume, bass, and treble controls.

Powered bookshelf speakers are the next step up in quality. Examples include the M-Audio AV30 ($76) and AV32 ($99), Mackie CR Series CR3 ($100), and Cerwin Vega XD3 ($119). These are bigger and can provide better quality sound, but usually lack tone controls.

If you buy powered bookshelf speakers, put them on stands, or cones, or at least use four small balls of Blu-Tack to lift them off the desk.

For more information, see TechHive’s Buying Guide: Find the best speakers.

You could probably get an increase in sound quality by installing a dedicated Creative Sound Blaster card, but I think the built-in Realtek chips are good enough for your purposes. This has been debated endlessly online (see realtek vs soundblaster). However, I think you’d be better off spending your cash on better speakers or a small hi-fi system.

Feed a micro

The last alternative is to feed your PC’s sound output to a small (mini or micro) hi-fi system. I like the Sony, Onkyo and especially the Denon models, but Pioneer and Yamaha also make good systems. All of them include an amplifier with tone controls, FM radio, and usually a CD player in one box, plus a pair of bookshelf speakers. The amplifier should be much better than the ones fitted inside computer speakers.

Something like a Sony Micro CMT-S20 ($120) will do the job, but it lacks two useful features: RCA and S/PDIF input ports. The Sony’s only “audio in” is a 3.5mm jack plug. Better but pricier systems should have more inputs, including RCA phono sockets and one or two optical ports, plus Bluetooth and/or a phone dock.

There are several ways to transfer the sound signal from your PC to the amplifier. The simplest is to use a 3.5mm jack-to-jack cable, or a Y-cable (3.5mm jack-to-twin RCA phono plugs). S/PDIF (from Sony/Philips Digital Interface Format) does the job better, via an electrical or an optical cable.

Check your PC’s manual (online if necessary) to locate the S/PDIF socket on the back panel. You may well find there’s a black plastic plug sticking out. Pull the plug, and if you can see a glowing red socket, then you need an optical cable. Your chosen micro system will also need an optical port.

If you make the connection via a 3.5mm-jack plug, use the green socket on the back of your PC, rather than the headphone socket. Sound levels vary, so make sure the sound is turned down before you play anything.

The micro hi-fi will enable you to play MP3 files and listen to video and TV sound from your PC, with the benefit of physical tone controls. These should help you cope with modern TV directors who drown out dialogue with overblown background music. You will also be able to listen to the radio and play CDs without having your PC turned on.

Finally, micro hi-fis have passed their peak, in terms of popularity, so you can often pick up good systems second hand for little or no money.

Have you got another question for Jack? Email it to Ask.Jack@theguardian.com

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