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  1. Shadownetone
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    Can someone please port this to ps4 please we desperate for decent mods like this.
    1. grvulture
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      It's not possible, this is a Windows library...
  2. IDrinkLava
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    BIG NEWS: Someone found out why this mod always has issues with Skyrim and Skyrim SE.
    https://github.com/kosumosu/x3daudio1_7_hrtf/issues/21

    It's because Skyrim and Skyrim SE use 24000Hz compression for some samples. Since the folder doesn't include any data for 24000Hz, it can cause either sounds cutting in and out or crashing outright. Please install the 24000Hz dataset into your HRTF folder if you play Skyrim or Skyrim SE!
    https://github.com/kosumosu/x3daudio1_7_hrtf/releases/download/v2.3/MIT_KEMAR-24000.7z
    1. syclonix
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      Thank you for the fix :) this post should be stickied!
    2. IDrinkLava
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      This mod was abandoned years ago. There's a much newer version that fixes a lot of fatal errors, but the uploader either doesn't have the free time or just doesn't care. Get the newest version here:
      https://github.com/kosumosu/x3daudio1_7_hrtf/releases/download/v2.3/xaudio_hrtf_2.3_x64.7z
    3. Exio23
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      This is incredibly crucial!
    4. Exio23
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      This is incredibly crucial!
    5. Veynam
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      Big thanks!
    6. Minimax94
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      Thanks man. Just a question, what issue can u have without the 24kHz support ? I never had an issue with this mod, guess im lucky :p
    7. IDrinkLava
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      @Minimax94
      Well, the crashing might've been because of other mods that GitHub user had installed, but including a 24000Hz dataset would definitely prevent sounds from cutting out. Here is this same software in an Unreal Engine 4 game with and without a 96000Hz dataset (which is also missing from this outdated build).
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aucam8vbL2U
      Without the proper dataset, sounds will play at full volume regardless of distance.
  3. Minimax94
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    Can't play without it, even in vanilla. A must-have.
  4. syclonix
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    This mod is ESSENTIAL if you play SkyrimVR. The position sound is really off in vanilla and this helps a lot in making Skyrim feel like other VR games with natural binaural support. Thank you kosumosu and CptYouaredead!
  5. IWarriors
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    So does this not work with Audio Overhaul for Skyrim SE?

    I boooted up LOOT and it told me the error, game works fine never the less, haven't noticed anything with sound.
    1. xMrMasterx
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      Both Mods do the Exact same thing. AOS alse adds extra Sounds and Tweaks audio in General.
  6. duplissi
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    This mod is amazing for SkyrimVR. Many thanks.
  7. Bobbybill123456
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    Quick question, does this work with the "Dolby Atmos for Headphones" for Windows 10? I know the description says to disable any sound processing, but I would rather not have to disable that whenever i want to play Skyrim. So I thought I would double check.
  8. stepitz
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    Just so that everyone can see it: https://github.com/kosumosu/x3daudio1_7_hrtf/releases
  9. javikrules
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    I got the updated version in the github link mentioned below. Worked just fine, no problems. What a great mod. This is how I'm going to play from now on.

    To compare, I tried running Skyrim with Window's built-in "Windows Sonic for Headphones" which does the same sort of positional effect. No comparison. The audio quality from this mod was much better.
  10. SabiaBelmodo
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    I get a weird issue where the sound direction is mirrored. so sounds that are coming from my right are heard in the left ear, and vice versa.

    and no, my headphones are not backwards.
    1. IDrinkLava
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      This mod is severely outdated. The uploader just refuses to update it for some reason. Try it out with the latest release from August 2017 and see if you still get this bug. Use the 64-bit build, not 32-bit:
      https://github.com/kosumosu/x3daudio1_7_hrtf/releases
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