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  1. I suppose this goes for the stand-alone version of Poweramp EQ, in addition to the music player (but I only use the latter anyhow..) Given that the pre-amp gain's value should be used to offset the maximum amount of gain applied by any parameter chosen, this Pre-Amp gain would be specific to that preset as arranged. Especially since only a handful of options in the EQ menu actually allow one to enter a value with the keyboard instead of fiddling with finicky sliders to get it where you want it. For me at least, I don't need to use pre-amp gain when not using EQ, and I certainly want pre-amp gain to be in the mix before I turn my EQ preset on. Is it possible for these to be tied together without confusing things further?
  2. Hello! I've been using Poweramp for months now and I can say I am really satisfied with it, specially with having Hi-Res support on my Samsung device. I have a lot of Hi-Res files and some DSD files, and I have noticed that DSD is much quieter than PCM formats like wav and flac. This doesn't happen with my portable DAP (which natively supports DSD), which DSD has pretty much the same volume as PCM. I understand that Poweramp converts DSD to PCM since it can't actually play it natively, but it being lower volume is a little bit annoying. I wish there was an option in the settings that adds Gain to DSD playback only, so it's on par with PCM.
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