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  1. I've got Poweramp trial currently installed in my car's android 4.4 head unit and it sounds great. The actual problem I'm trying to solve is to have the ability to fade to the rear speakers. After reading the fourms I believe if I can disable DVC "Direct volume control" my head unit's speaker balance and fade control will take over and I can achieve what I want to do. ( fade slightly to the rear ) The problem I'm having is I'm unable to locate Poweramp SETTINGS -> AUDIO ENGINE -> ADVANCED TWEAKS -> DISABLE DVC I can't locate where the "Poweramp Settings" page is. I can see that the DVC is on from an indicator on the equalizer panel. --edit-- This is the related forum thread http://forum.powerampapp.com/topic/10552-not-pausing-properly-when-making-calls-via-bt/
  2. Sound volume fluctuation from low to normal at random, volume just dips down for a 1-3 seconds and goes back, it repeats in 1-5 seconds again. It have something to do with Direct Volume Control, because when i disable it everything becomes normal again and never bugs out while it off. Switching off and on every other option in audio settings or equaliser/effects doesn't help. It's very annoying, please do something with it. Phone - Meizu MX4 on stock firmware Flyme OS 5.1.3.0A, Android version 5.1
  3. I have noticed that direct volume control option (which is enabled by default) makes volume change very unreliable, and distorts sound on my new Galaxy note 4 (sm-n910c model). Disabling this option restores normal operation, and all distortions disappear. This method of volume control is obviously not compatible with either Android version on the phone, or with the hardware (I believe my Note 4 has a dedicated sound chip). Thank you for attention.
  4. I have an S3 with the latest updates, I noticed when I play music the volume is really low, I would have to turn up my car stereo/desktop speakers way too high to get it to sound right. I messed with the settings in Poweramp and when I went to: Settings Audio Advanced Tweaks Direct Volume Control I clicked this on and noticed a huge improvement. However, when I start playing music after shutting off Poweramp, this setting is still checked, but the volume is low again. I have to go back into the setting, uncheck it, then re-check it and the volume goes back to normal (volume increases as it should). For some reason it seems this setting doesn't actually stay on if you stop playback, even though it stays checked, you have to reset the setting to get it to work again. -Peter
  5. Hi, please excuse me for the long-winded title. I'm using a Galaxy S2 International set (GT-I9100) with default ICS ROM and SiyahKernel 4.1.2, rooted using CF-Root. Audio works both with and without DVC, but I observed that the volume change steps are more linear and predictable without DVC, whereas with DVC the volume change is more like an accelerating curve (volume increases sharply in the last few steps). As a consequence, without DVC my usual listening volume is at the halfway mark, while with DVC it is at the 3/4 mark. Is this normal behaviour for most people's phones? Another issue is that the RG function "prevent clipping according to peak" causes audio to be too soft, in fact nearly inaudible, when DVC is on even though the RG preamp is set at +6.0 dB (like what I do on Foobar2000). This does not occur when DVC is off and the music is nice and normally loud. So what I eventually do is keep DVC on, Apply RG Gain but without the RG clipping prevention. Everything is fine except that the volume steps are large and my music is either a bit soft or a bit loud. Would like to find out if anybody here has similar experiences, and whether this is a Poweramp bug or hardware-dependent quirk. Cheers to everybody, Poweramp is to Android what Foobar2000 is to Windows!