Tt eSPORTS CRONOS Riing RGB 7.1 Premium Virtual Surround Sound Gaming Headset Review : Page 5 of 7
Posted by Lance Carter on Monday, July 17, 2017 - 8:00am
The CRONOS Riing RGB 7.1 has multiple options to enhance your listening experience. Here's a collection of all of the options the software has to offer.
When you first open the software there is a Information box giving you directions to help change your options.
Once you follow the directions given you will find a list of controls for the speakers: Volume control, Sample Rate, Equalizer, Xear Surround Headphone, Xear Audio Brilliant, Xear Dynamic Bass, Xear Smart Volume, Xear Voice Clarity, and Xear Surround Max.
Volume control allows you to adjust the Master volume or adjust the left and right ear to your hearing level.
Sample Rate has the ability to change between 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, & 96 kHz. Also adjust between 16 bits & 24 bits.
Equalizer has 12 default setting as well as a manual preset which can be saved or trashed. You can save multiple manual presets.
Xear Surround Headphone simulates a multi-speaker theater surround and also gives you the ability change the room size as well as enhance with Music or Movie mode.
Xear Audio Brilliant helps restore the clarity to compressed audio in music, movies, and games.
Xear Dynamic Bass increases the bass reproduction capability of small speaker drivers by applying psychoacoustic techniques.
Xear Smart Volume equalizes sound levels of music to reduce the need for volume adjustments.
Xear Voice Clarity can Increase clarity of receiving voice.
Xear Surround Max is a single enhancement to your overall sound of the headset.
The microphone has a few optional controls: Volume Control, Sample Rate, and Xear Magic Voice.
Volume controls has your Mic-In and Monitor volume controls.
Sample Rate has the ability to change between 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz.
Xear Magic Voice has the ability to add different sound effects to your voice. There are only 4 effects: (T-Rex) Low and gravelly, (Rubber Duck) High and squeaky, (Guy) Female to male, and (Girl) Male to female.
Profiles can be found toward the upper right (Red dot with two arrows). Once you click on the button you will see Hi-Fi and Manual (Hand). You can also add you own profile by clicking on the (+) or removing them by clicking the (-).
In the upper right you have a gear icon that brings up the Application Settings where you can adjust tranparency, language, startup message, and system tray icon.
If you click on the (i) icon in the upper right you will find the Information panel. You can also click the (detail) button to find the Name, Version, and Modified Date of the software.