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  1. I would really like it if Poweramp kept separate volume settings like iPods do (for headsets vs. built-in speakers). Personally, I never listen to music without a headset. By keeping the phone speaker's volume off, I can prevent any music from accidentally playing. But since Poweramp doesn't change the volume when a headset is removed/added, I have to manually change it every time.
  2. I don't know if all Android devices are the same, but my Archos 43 has a pretty bad volume control. In particular, there's this one point near the top where I'd swear it jumps at least 6dB with one button press and I want it to only go up about 3dB. There's just no accuracy in the upper volume range at all and no matter how hard I try I just can't quite get it right. The best I've been able to do so far is MP3Gain process all of my music to a weird number, and then slightly adjust ReplayGain in Poweramp to get it just a bit closer to something that comes out about right at those volume levels. What I'd really love to see though is if ReplayGain could just override the device controls. Basically, just have the device use full volume (I know programs can do this because I have one game that sometimes does it even) and then take over the volume control buttons with your own software volume control with much more accuracy and control instead. The resulting control would be more accurate and generally better for everyone I think.
  3. Hi, Can I first just say that Poweramp was already a great app, but the recent update made it nearly perfect for my needs. It's great to be able to move away from the ipod and keep gapless payback. The Crossfade is also a great feature that I've been waiting for for quite some time. Onto the feature request: Would it be possible to create a setting that lets you set a volume that power amp fades to when you receive a notification? By which I mean that at the moment, when I receive a text message or email etc, then the volume completely fades out. Would it be possible to add a feature that lets you set it to fade to say 40% volume when the notification comes through? Thanks again for the great app and keep up the good work. -Leaping EDIT: Various spelling and grammar errors
  4. I heard that most phones have volume limiter on their speakers. I wonder if Poweramp could blow your phone speakers out at max volume or does it also have permission to modify the volume limit?
  5. I heard that most phones have volume limiter on their speakers. I wonder if Poweramp could blow your phone speakers out at max volume or does it also have permission to modify the volume limit?
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