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  1. On 2/3/2020 at 8:19 PM, andrewilley said:

    It shouldn't be, the phone's DAC basically only goes to its own speaker or to its AUX (headphone) socket. It has to be digital to get passed to the next DAC unit, otherwise it would just be an analogue-to-analogue converter. :)


    Isn't the USB capable to handle both analog and digital signals? When I attach my D-Zero Dac/Amp to the smartphone a system message ask me to "Choose an app for the USB device", the list shows Neutron and UAPP players, not Poweramp. Why PA isn't listed as an USB device "handler"? Which one of PA Outputs has to be chosen in order to bypass the internal DAC and stream directly to the USB connected one?
    I admit to be rather confused ..

  2. 10 hours ago, Absinthequ said:

    Yeah I would love if I could install Poweramp on my car head unit and get the music from my phone like BubbleUPNP.

    in this case, an easier way is to stream music from Poweramp on your smartphone to the car unit via bluetooth(!)

  3. I agree to the request to implement UPNP functionality, at the moment it seems to me the only missing (main) feature in Poweramp.

    UPNP is present on my second-choice-player, Neutron, and I've to switch to that app when I need it.

    Looking forward for an update!

    ciao, Stefano

  4. On 11/21/2019 at 5:44 AM, Herdayu said:

     I can't use remote steering on Poweramp app to skip song but the remote steering function is fine with another music app such as preinstalled music player app or streaming music app such as spotify.

    I use Poweramp on an ATOTO android car unit, and the steering wheel commands of my Toyota Rav4 work just fine.

    The only problem I meet is that the fonts in Poweramp are way too small for a 2 DIN car unit, nearly unreadable while driving(!)

  5. In my opinion, it would be very useful to have a small marker on the screen to remind that the EQ is on/off.

    As many other people, I use different headphones (e.g. while at home or during travel), some of them need some EQ, others don't,

    and it happens to me very often to forgot that I left the EQ on the day before, or to think that it's on, while it's off ...

    I mean, just a simple red dot somewhere on the screen. Or, even better, the name of the active EQ profile, if any.


  6. sorry maxmp, I don't undestand your answer, or maybe my answer is badly written. 

    When an external DAC is connected via USB, Poweramp bypass the internal DAC of the smartphone? or the internal DAC is used in any case? 

    Said in different words: is worth buying an external DAC to improve the sound quality, if I use Poweramp as my favourite player? 

  7. Hello,

    I'm using PA 3 with my HTC 10 (internal Hi-Res DAC), to which sometimes I connect an external USB DAC/AMP (iBasso D-Zero mkii).

    Everything seems to work fine: the external DAC device is recognized by PA, with the correct parameters (24 bit - 96kHz).

    There is one thing that isn't clear to me: when using the external DAC, the volume can still be managed by the volume up/down keys of my smartphone,

     while I expect that this shouldn't happens, since the digital output is passed to the external device that should do all the work (DAC + AMP + Volume).

    With my other players (Neutron and UAPP), when using an external DAC, the volumes keys on the smartphone do nothing, the volume can only be managed by the external device. 

    Any ideas?



  8. Many thanks, I really love the new Poweramp V3!

    It would be great to let the user choose the text size in the app as it happens in the widget:

    on my android car unit, with 7" landscape screen, all the texts are barely readable, while there is a lot of space available ..


  9. On 2/26/2011 at 3:49 AM, clarkerliu said:

    Poweramp is powerful music player. If you can add DLNA and UPnP feature, it would be the best player on mobile device.

    +1 for me 

    it's actually the only important feature missing in Poweramp... 

  10. On 5/8/2018 at 10:55 AM, andrewilley said:

    A lot of people in the main discussion thread for build 790 have been saying that they don't like the way that Title/Artist/Album text is currently overlaid in solid black boxes obscuring the lower-left of the album artwork. This occurs in both the main Player Screen and also in Grid View library lists. I thought a poll might be interesting to crystallise those views, and gauge what the overall userbase really thinks - maybe the majority are happy just the way it is?

    For clarity, we're talking about the black boxes containing the wording "Breakfast in America" and "The Very Best of Supertramp" in this sample image:


    This is not binding of course, but it'd be interesting to see the results.


    Hello Andre,

    I think that on the light theme, everything should be black on white boxes, this concerns both title and artist, three dots menu, time played and remaining, Play/Pause button, etc.


  11. On 8/21/2018 at 6:18 PM, jorgensen said:

    HTC 10 with verison 793
    Standard and OpenSL fixed to 48kHz/16 bit
    Hi-Res fully supported.

    I confirm, version 793 works fine on HTC 10 updated to official 8.0.0 Oreo:

    Speakers, OpelSL 16-bit, 48 kHz

    Headphones, Hi-Res 24-bit, 192kHz

    It would be nice to have a feedback that the Hi-Res output is currently in use, for example on the "frequency-kbps-format" line under the play button:

    44.1kHz 900 kbsp FLAC Hi-Res

    or, alternatively, by adding a graphical object somewhere, as a red dot on the album art ...


    Please note, that the correct unit for kilohertz is kHz, not khz, KHZ.



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