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  1. In software, beta is supposed to be feature complete, i.e. all features present and implemented. Beta testing is to iron out bugs. From what I've read, IF Max releases anything, it's technically alpha.
  2. This is one reason I watch this thread, fanboys. In a few days, there will be much wailing and gnashing of teeth. Andre, A man deserving a humanitarian award for keeping this forum going. Keep it going ref. This thread can be printed and sold as a novel. PeterFalk, Love your posts.
  3. When evaluating a player, first thing I look for is if it is using its own audio engine or relying on Android. If relying on Android, players are a dime a dozen, and they'll all sound the same. When you narrow the field by only those with custom audio engines, you end up with PA, UAPP, Neutron, and maybe others I don't know. BlackPlayer uses Android, so it's basically like any Android based player sound wise. Just comes down to UI preference when choosing between those.
  4. Forget Poweramp. I'm glad to know @maxmp is not dead. He lives, breathes and capable of typing a post. Closed beta = not you. It'll be for a couple of people no one knows and maybe andrewilley (doubtful). They'll swear they have it and claim it works. We'll get reports about more issues need resolving. Maybe a public release cometh April... 2019. In regards to the album art screen shot, looks like debug material there. I'm sure some or all the badges can be toggled off.
  5. That's great if true. I was under the impression the developer admitted so and someone measured the output to be so. Maybe I'm misunderstanding the following messages: https://head-fi.org/threads/lg-v20-sound-quality.816024/page-209#post-13786613 https://www.head-fi.org/threads/lg-v20-sound-quality.816024/page-214#post-13851560
  6. Either UAPP or Neutron are great. No fault picking one over the other. Neutron has oodles of options and bit perfect playback. UAPP resamples 44.1kHz to 48kHz if what I read is correct. Hopefully remedied soon. I chose UAPP over Neutron because the developer is getting a LG V20 (I have a V20.) and will work with the ESS driver to maximize use of the DAC on LG phones. And I have to admit, the user interface. People can read more about these players and such at head-fi. The tables can turn again if PA with an updated interface and engine enter the market.
  7. I've been watching this thread for months, anxious to read an update. It's been entertaining. There are some recurring points I wanted to address. 1. Poweramp - Paying for an upgrade. The belief is this lengthy delay, assuming it will release, is justified because the upgrade is free. The fact is if the upgrade was $10 USD, we would be exactly where we are today. So the money issue is not relevant. Paying for an upgrade would not have gotten Poweramp here any quicker. And using the "current version is good enough" as an excuse for the delay is wrong. 2. "Poweramp is the best audio en
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