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    Nasty sounds in WvWvW

    Anyone else notice the sounds go to shit when there is a large battle going on in WvWvW? How does one fix the sounds so that it doesn't give me a headache? (No I'm not talking about the volume.) With everyone spamming spells... It just sounds horrible.

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    Lower sound channels (assuming it's available in GW2 options) should realistically help with this sort of situation, though it'll still sound crap if they put a min limit on it above 8 or so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synthaxx View Post
    Lower sound channels (assuming it's available in GW2 options) should realistically help with this sort of situation, though it'll still sound crap if they put a min limit on it above 8 or so.
    There is a "Sound Quality" option and a "Sound Buffer Size" option. Both have sliders. I moved the "Sound Quality" to highest quality and I don't know what the buffer size does..

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    Isn't there also a "Sound delay" slider? I'm not at home so can't check, but if my memory serves, that might help.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ryngo Blackratchet View Post
    Yeah, Rhandric is right, as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhandric View Post
    Isn't there also a "Sound delay" slider? I'm not at home so can't check, but if my memory serves, that might help.
    I didn't see one, unless that is the buffer option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrianCC100 View Post
    I didn't see one, unless that is the buffer option.
    Might be, it could be the mouseover description of it? Since I don't have the client with me I'm not certain.

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    Yeah, Rhandric is right, as usual.

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