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List of Android Devices with Hi-Res Audio Support (Internal DAC)

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On 10.07.2016 at 4:56 PM, embrion said:

I can confirm that Hi-Res output is working fine at Xiaomi Mi5 with MIUI 8 ROM. Device type is not displayed like for example Galaxy S7, it just uses generic Snapdragon 820 support.

Count me in too for this one :)
Xiaomi Mi5, Android 6.0 MRA58K + MIUI Global 7.5 (7.5.2.0 MAAMIDE)
Real - 192, Active 24-192.

Thanks for a great player! I did a test for myself with active-inactive hi-res output and definitely heard the difference. The volume dropped (when inactive) by 1 degree I guess, but even if normalized inactive mode provided less headroom between instruments, less soundstage and removed the sparkliness in vocals and details in percussion (I was using Megadeth - Th1rt3en 24-96 and Takstar pro80).

The only bug I encountered is that there was no sound when I touched the track time bar backwards while the track was playing. After couple of retries and moving the slider forward the sound came back.
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P.S. could someone tell me what the settings are for the best hi-res playback? I switched off any EQing, don't know how to deal with dithering (playing 24-44, 24-48, 24-96 and 24-192 audio).

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N910F Note 4 on Android 6.0.1 HighRes is active. Activated all profiles (usb, bt and wired) for HighRes and it seems to work, no fc or other exception.

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Oneplus3 ( ONEPLUS A3000 ) with OxygenOS 3.2.2 works, can output 24bit/192Khz in Wired Headset/AUX mode.

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HTC 10 everything stock

http://imgur.com/a/3HrAz

 

Hi-Res output somewhat works, but occasionally crashes when changing songs or when I pause the song and play it back immediately.

 

Also there is big output latency (1687ms) when using wired headphones! 

 

The seconds in the "now playing" bar are unsynchronized and they skip. Sometimes when I start a song, it doesn't start from the beginning (0:00), it starts from 0:03 or similar.

There's a bug in audio management: for Android, audio is recognised as casted from an external device, and not directly from smartphone.

I hope the next Poweramp build will fully support Hi-Res output on HTC 10, currently one of the best phones when it comes to audio.

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On 8/4/2016 at 0:54 PM, TeutonJon78 said:

24-bit snapdragon output works on the Axon 7 US, but it doesn't use the built in DACs. Using the normal GL ES path actually sounds better than the hi-res output since they system will use the external DACs then. I had previously provided the audio_policy.conf from the Chinese version (same audio hardware) on the request thread.

This is odd, and confusing with my experience. If I use Poweramp's GL ES path, then I hear no difference if I turn headset hi-fi on and off under the phone's "Sounds & vibration" settings. However, if I turn on the experimental 24-bit hi-res in Poweramp's own settings, I do hear a difference if  I turn headset hi-fi on and off under the phone's "Sounds & vibration" settings. I'd love some clearer explanation.

I thought that turning on "headset hi-fi" under the phone's "Sounds & vibration" settings used the built-in DAC, not the Snapdragon DAC. so why does it then do nothing if I'm using Poweramp's GL ES setting? A little clarification about what controls hardware vs software would be a big help.

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It works for HTC One M9.

Sense 7 based ROM (99% stock)

Android ver. 6.0

Tested with MP3, Flac

Headphones: ATH M50x

Boomsound: OFF

Verdict: Sounds A LOT better than HTCs BoomSound, Default music player or Neutron player.

 

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Poweramp doesn't work with my Huawei P7, Android 5.1.1, DAC Dragonfly Black.

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Addition:I have post that hires worked well on mi4c miui7 android 5.1.1 but not on CM13 android 6.0.1, when I upgraded the app to 703, hires works!!

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Stock ZTE Axon 7 has support, however it displays Snapdragon as the output device, where as it has it's own internal DAC + amp (AKM 4961 + 4490).

Support and playback through those would be optimal, unless this is just a identification error and it does playback through those, as hifi playback is selected in the audio settings.

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Works fine on htc desire 626s

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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Pro (Snapdragon Ver.) Hi-Res 24/192 works great with MIUI 7 (Android 5.1) and CM 13 (Android 6.0.1).

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Xiaomi Note Pro is worked  great on Android 6.0.1 and MIUI7(Android 5.1.1):D

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im using LG G3, Dirty Unicorn ROM..and unfortunately, it doesn't work..LG is capable, but i think the ROM doesn't support it. To LG G3 users here, should i revert back to Fulmics? I mean, it drains too much battery. Or what CM/AOSP based ROM support 32bit playback?

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On 6/22/2016 at 3:53 PM, GreenDZ5 said:

Working great on HTC 10!! Thanks :P hope that will be available stable soon.

For now there's a bug in audio management: for Android, audio is recognised as casted from an external device, and not directly from smartphone; to avoid this, it seems that "No DVC" solves it, but with volume reduction (could someone confirm this? TY in advance)

EDIT: after 5-10 tracks, Output Hi-Res Audio crashes and Poweramp doen't play other tracks until an app restart.

Experiencing same issue on same device.

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Is there a noticeable difference in sound quality using the Hi Res internal DAC on the phones which have this? If so what kind of headphones do you need to hear any difference. I bet with very cheap ones you can't? 

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HTC 10 does work with this setting turned on. Unrooted/stock Android 6.0.1. I have the Unlocked phone from HTC. 

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Huawei P9 Plus (rom 6.0) doesn't support Hi-res (wired) function. Could you please add Huawei P9 Plus to support this. Thank you. 

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Hey max u come up with a fix for the volume issue on the galaxy s7 yet? 

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Note 4 N910C on eRobot Rom

Hi-Res Output (Exp.) >

Variant: Samsung UHQA PCM

Wired/AUX, BT, USB DAC, all show up.

all are enabled, no errors so far.

:ph34r:

 

 

 

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