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  1. Build Number: v3-build-882-arm64-play Device: Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Lite Android Version: 10 MIUI Version: 12.0.2 Stable (Stock) The volume is pretty high while using OpenSL ES Output with DVC enabled. But when I switch to Hi-Res output, the loudness disappears, whether I'm using DVC or not. But the sound is clear and high enough while using OpenSL ES output. Tried changing sampling rate and chose the SoX resampler too, nothing changes.
  2. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 N910C (Exynos Variant) Stock Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 It has 24/192 capability from Pacific WM5110 Sound chip. Hi-Res option is there, but when I enable it WITH DVC, some stuttering sound comes but no music at all. When I enable it and then disable DVC, music plays but it's quality is very poor; especially when you increase the bass the sound becomes unhearable due to the punching/volume lowering of the basses.
  3. LG G5 H850TR Stock Marshmallow. Hi-Res still outputs at 16 bit 48 kHz.
  4. Using LG G5 H850TR on stock Android 6.0.1 . Hi Res output seems to be working but shows it's playing at 16 bit 48 kHz.
  5. Using build 799 on my Nexus 5X with Android Marshmallow. Sometimes the album art doesn't show up on lockscreen while playing. It happens when I change the song with my bluetooth headset's buttons. Edit: It happens when the screen is locked and the song is changed via bluetooth headset buttons.
  6. Here are the bugs I encountered on my HTC U Ultra with stock 7.0: -When you click queue and then hit back button, the app crashes. -Hi Res output sometimes gives 323 ms latency and works very well. But sometimes it gives 1628 ms latency and crashes after a few song changes. I still couldn't figure out what makes it change the latency amount. -OpenSL ES HD Output seems to work very well but the dsp latency and output latency are the same, which I think means that it doesn't output 24bit 192kHz audio. -Sometimes it doesn't show the current playing song on the playing bar, and when I click on the playing bar, it starts the song that is shown on the playing bar instead of returning to now playing screen. -Even after I stop the song and remove the app from recents, it still scrobbles the last song playing to the Last fm official app. I think the app seems to run very well when I don't use the Experimental Hi-Res Output and can be used as the daily music player. Great work on this Beta, Max. Hope you continue to bring new, better and more amazing features to the app. Still the best player on Android.
  7. Considering this beta release is going to be a closed-beta; will us, forum members, be able to install and use the first beta release? Or just a bunch of people, whom are close to Max?
  8. 1- HTC U Ultra 2- Stock Nougat ROM 3- U Ultra supports 24 bit/192 kHz output via it's Type-C output. Using Build 704. I can open Hi-Res option but the latency is 1440 ms and fails after changing the song.
  9. HTC One A9 Stock Nougat 7.0 ROM Used to work perfectly with Marshmallow. Used Alpha build 704, works fine for the first song, after that fails to work. Also latency is extremely high (1686 ms)
  10. I couldn't find if there was a reply but will there be another payment needed for the new version?
  11. It works on my HTC One (M8) with Google Play Edition as well. But the loudness is really low compared to Snapdragon Variant and OpenSL ES.
  12. On my device (Htc One M8) with stock sense rom 6.0 only High-res Output it shows is USB-DAC. How can I make it show Aux-wired headset too? Which files do I need to edit? Thanks.
  13. HTC One (M8) with Wolla s6.2 on Harman Kardon audio setting. Didn't work on GPE stock ROM. Works great but no sound when I choose 44.1 or 48kHz. Does this mean if I use audio_policy file of this ROM on GPE ROM, it will work too?
  14. Somebody tried and seen good results from upsampling the audio files, but Pamp doesn't upsample the file itself, right? Also there is no sound when I choose 48 or 44.1kHz on the Hi-Res Output.
  15. Most of my music files have 44.1khz, 48khz and mostly 96khz sample rates. Is it a good choice to have 192kHz selected on the Hi-Res output?
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