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Hello fellow music lovers, I have a bit of a conundrum, about a month ago I purchased a Fiio X5. I have been a loyal Poweramp user since my Galaxy S4 days, in fact at one point I bought a iPhone 6 plus but sold two weeks later for another android phone (a Galaxy S7 edge) just so I could use Poweramp. I bought the Fiio versus other DAPs because it runs android, I'm sure you can guess why. I loaded Poweramp but it's been a bit quirky, slow to change tracks, crashing when I try to add album art. I'm assuming it's due to the Fiios lack of memory whereas my S8 is super smooth. My question is whether the Fiio is worth it or am I getting just as much out of the music on my phone, either way Poweramp for life! If it matters all my music is either lossless or 24bit. I'm using a decent 256gb micro sd with about 6300 songs. Thanks in advance.
Direct HD / Hi Res Output NOT Available on all device's outputs. Poweramp's Hi Res Output is only available for the device's 3.5mm headphone output. When headphones are plugged into the device's 2.5mm balanced headphone output, output is RESTRICTED to OpenSL ES at 16/48. The same is true for the device's 3.5mm Line Out. Balanced and Line Out are both viewed by Poweramp as "Speaker". "Speaker" cannot be unselected in the OpenSL ES menu. It reselects itself automatically. It is not even listed in the Hi Res menu. Only Wired/AUX and USB-DAC are found in the Hi Res menu. The Headphone Output is viewed by Poweramp as Wired Headset/AUX, and receives 32/192 kHz Hi Res output. Using Android Debug Bridge tools (adb shell, dumpsys media.audio_flinger), in players such as UAPP and Neutron, I can confirm the balanced and line outputs output 192 kHz and even 384 kHz (with forced up sampling). It would seem you do not have my particular device to test these builds properly.