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  1. Hello everybody, I got a new Android phone and wasn't happy with the volume and lack of bass when running Poweramp through my car's Bluetooth audio. I've taken the following steps to improve the issue: -Disabled Absolute Volume Control in Android dev options. - Turned off EQ in Poweramp because the preamp was set to a negative value, I may play around with EQ later. -Currently have DVC turned off and Headroom gain set to zero because the default -6 db was the main factor killing my volume (would love advice on this setting). My questions: any lovers of loud bass heavy music with other suggestions on increasing volume without losing sound quality? Will my changes stay permanent or reset after updates? Why do Poweramp and Android combine forces to shush my music (ironic given the name POWER AMP)?
  2. Now, I could be wrong about this but prior to upgrading to Android 11, DVC actually worked for me with the individual volume control that Samsung's SoundAssistant had for multiple apps. (take this with a grain of salt though because I could be incorrect however) DVC is absolutely crucial for me due to how it impressively improves my Dynamic range, as stated in the settings and I just can't go without it now. The difference for me is drastic. But...I love to play games on my phone and listen to tunes, and I will turn down the volume seperately for Poweramp and keep the game I am playing at the system-wide volume very very often. Is there any way there could be a fix to this? As when I use SoundAssistant to change the Poweramp's app-specific volume it works for about 2 seconds then returns to the system-wide volume. Thank you for reading this, if any of you know any information as to why this is, or isn't possible, please let me know.
  3. After some troubleshooting, I've determined DVC is causing this low level popping sound in Android 10 after about a minute of playback. It may be related to the buffer, but messing with the buffer settings does nothing. With DVC on (hi-res, wired headphones on LG G8), you will hear popping after a certain time period. It is continuous and forever. If you press pause, you will hear it trail off in the silence. It will then go away until you've reached that time/buffer again. DVC makes things sound better to me, so I like to use it. Right now I have it disabled.
  4. NO sound while turning on high res on Miui 12 in my xiaomi mi 9t. How to use high res then?
  5. Currently using v3 build 860 on xiaomi pocophone f1 miui ver. 11.0.4 from android pie to android 10. I dont have volume issues before but after the update the volume is too low when using Hi-Res Output help me.
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