On the last Pulse Wireless 7.1 update Sony removed the power bass and the bass is low compared to the original pulse factory firmware (1.0 maybe), so after this update the headset sound is cleaner.
During each button press for changing modes (game, music, etc...) the bass impact also has an issue where the bass stays very low, where users have to power off and power on the headset to go back to normal.... but I disliked this so here's a guide to resolve this problem and restore the bass to normal functionality.
P.S. Restore factory mode for the Pulse Elite doesn't help because Sony updated the firmware.
Note: This tutorial is only for PS3 consoles with Custom Firmware (I tested on 4.55 and 4.78) because if you download the original app from PSN you must have PSN connected and the app updates.
The original app doesn't open if you don't connect to PSN or an active Internet connection (avoiding this update is the goal because this causes the low bass issue) and this PKG and lithium.conf allows it to open without the required update connecting to PSN.
Check and deactivate Internet connection to a block automatic updates from the PKG
MultiMAN or other software for make access on PS3 root HD.
1 – Put the two archives on root of your pendriveCode:NP_ENABLE=false NP_REQUIRED=false on a TXT editor
2 – Go and install the PKG
3 – Go to Multiman press start and select, open your Pendrive (USB0 or USB1) and copy the Lithium.conf.
4 - Now GO to the folder (HDD0/GAME/NPUO00025/Usrdir) and paste substitute the original Lithium.conf
5 – Close multiman and Connect with USB cable to your pulse elite
6 – Connect USB Pulse elite dongle
7 – Now open the app Pulse elite manager
8 – Now only press Start Button and follow the steps on TV
9 – Don't disconnect your pulse until the software says to
10 – When the update finish you have Power off and on the pulse, and tada congratulations the basses on the factory volume again.
This app can be used for the Gold Edition too, and for those who have a banned PS3 can update the app without connecting to PSN.