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  1. That's a shame. On the topic of Poweramp on iOS however, do you think Max would seriously consider it in the future?
  2. I strongly agree. Us android users are stuck on 48kHz. Makes music sound shotty, even with SoX re-sampler
  3. So, in my audio class, i'm learning that most modern recording is done in 88.2kHz, or 176.4kHz. These are multiples of 44.1kHz, and thus cross-sampling will not occur when exporting to red-book cd format. Even on a 192kHz DAC, cross-sampling still occurs with 44.1, 88.2 and 176.4 files because 192kHz is not in the red-book cd family of sample rates (multiples of 44.1kHz). I'm almost positive that most of the recent DACs (external, and built in) out there are capable of supporting these sample rates.
  4. Any possibility for 88.2 Khz or 176.4 Khz option on hi res output via usb or auxiliary in the near or distant future? Would rather upsample to a whole integer for 44.1 files, and not cross sample for native 88.2/176.4. I already know for a fact that newer phones with intergrated dac can support such as HTC 10 and LG V20.?
  5. 1. HTC 10 2. Marshmallow 6.0.1 3. Qualcomm "aQstic" internal discreet DAC. [NOTE: NOT the same as Snapdragon DAC (which is what causes it to fail on these phones)] https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://www.qualcomm.com/news/snapdragon/2016/06/02/qualcomm-aqstic-sets-new-standard-audiophiles&ved=0ahUKEwjNz5qCzJzRAhWI7iYKHbozAXsQFggaMAA&usg=AFQjCNFrhTgbdzlfuS3pccyn8EIvTDrlFg&sig2=NzZ9Ab8gVfOqsUYNnwGASA
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