Enable Sound Speed Hack in PPSSPP

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng

Hi! You're watching VisiHow. In the previous tutorial, we enabled "Vsync". This is a tutorial on how to enable "Sound speed hack" in the PlayStation Portable emulator.

Steps

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    Let's go ahead and open up the emulator by double-clicking its icon
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    Then, we need to click "Settings"
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    We need to click "Audio" on the left side of the window
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    In the "Audio hacks" section, we need to check "Sound speed hack (Dead Or Alive, etc.)"
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    You need to enable this only if there are some problems with the sound of the games. The emulator mentions that the Dead or Alive game is supported by this "Sound speed hack", but there are a lot of games that will work better with the "Sound speed hack" checked. You need to simply enable or disable "Sound speed hack" according to the game that you're playing. For most of the games, "Sound speed hack" will be beneficial.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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