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HDR audio simulates a greater range of volume than your speakers normally produce by making normal sounds go quiet when a very loud sound is played. Similar to the way games simulate bright lights by making everything else on the screen go dark (HDR graphics). Useful for people who use headphones and people who don't want to damage their ears, but if you have large speakers cranked up to ear-damaging volume levels then I suppose you might as well turn it off.

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