I find when you have THX Spatial Audio enabled in Synapse vs. when you don't, it literally doesn't make any difference in the sound. Should it? I feel like it should, unless THX spatial audio is just always on regardless of if you turn it on in Synapse? Or maybe does just turning it on in Synapse give you the ability to choose whether an app is in Stereo or Surround mode? Also, when you do have THX Spatial Audio enabled in Synapse, if you have an application open like Google Chrome and you're listening to a YouTube video, you can change it from stereo to surround sound. But the surround sound doesn't sound good at all, almost like the sound has been placed in a tin can with extra reverb. Most YouTube videos that test your headphones surround sound seem to sound WAY better when the application is in stereo mode, and the positional audio actually sounds better and more accurate this way as well. In my mind turning it to surround sound mode should make the positional audio more accurate, not worse. I've also fiddled with changing the sound settings for the "Headphones (Razer Nari - Game)" to use Windows Sonic for Headphones, has anyone found this to be any better or worse? Should I even be messing with this at all?