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      Poweramp v3 Beta-test Build 790 Now Released   04/29/2018

      Poweramp v3 BETA TEST preview build 790, including brand new user interface, has now been released - 30 April 2018. This is not quite feature-complete yet, so only install if you are happy to test with a slightly reduced set of options.  Missing features should be completed during May. Please report any issues in the testing forum thread, and remember to backup your previous build before testing.  

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  1. Hi all, hoping you can help me with my HTC 10 on Android 7.1.2 (Pure Fusion ROM). I am trying to get hi-res audio output working with my wired headset. However, the only option I see in Poweramp Alpha 704 is for a USB DAC. I see Wired Headset/AUX under OpenSL ES Output but not under Hi-Res Output (Experimental). A quick search shows that others have gotten hi-res output working on the HTC 10. What am I missing?
  2. Report on the Hi-res output, build 704, HTC 10 (7.0 stock Nougat rom) - When using the Hi-Res output with wired headset, I noticed that when I click "Info", I have around 5000-6000ms latency (delay), there is a huge delay between any changes in volume and the actual response of the player - more than 5 seconds. Same goes for turning Equalizer on and off etc.. - The seconds are unsynced in the "Playing now bar". - Also, when the sample rate is higher than 48 khz in Hi-Res output, "HTC Boomsound with Dolby audio" does not work (it only works with 44.1 and 48 khz) - The output crashes ocassionally as well, but that is a well known bug by now.