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Hello, I'd been using Poweramp for a long time before I discovered "Audio Info" section in the settings. I was quite surprised to see that my 96KHz source audio gets resampled down to 44.1 to be later passed to 96KHz output. I'm using Google Pixel 3a with stock Android + Poweramp (v3-build-882-arm64-play) + EarStudio ES100 MK2 (2.0.2). Any clues why resampler kicks in here?
Hi everyone, long term Poweramp user here. I'm currently owning a LG V30 (Stock Pie) which is supposed to have a great quality audio output thanks to it's DAC, but I have a low hissing noise occuring during playback through the headphone jack. I suspected for a long time a hardware issue : all apps are subject to it (using default Android drivers or not), as well as all the headphones I tested, all files quality are subject to it (tested from crappy 128kbps MP3 to vinyl ripped in 96kHz/24bit FLAC), no "force hi res" mod works and nobody is complaining about a similar issue on the V30 thre
I am using OnePlus 6 with Android Pie and Poweramp@v3-build-803-play. I have been facing issues with the audio output on this specific android version. Note that these issues are not specific to the latest version of Poweramp and have been there for all the beta and RC ones which came before it(maybe the last 5). Hi-Res Output which used to work fine on android 8.1 stopped working after the OS update. If I have Hi-Res Output enabled, there is no audio output in my wired earphones. If I disable 'Direct Volume Control', I get audio output but I am not sure how this affects audio quality so
Hello Poweramp community, I just wanted to report a bug that occurs a few times per week, while Poweramp is used everyday for hours. I have a Galaxy S6, it supports the Hi-Res Output, so I don't have to use the OpenSL EL Output, which is indeed worse than the Hi-Res Output. The bug is that sometimes when my headphones are plugged in, the music still is being played out of the speakers of the phone though the device treats the music/volume as if the headphones are plugged in as usual (tested with 4 different ones). The only way to remove the problem temporarily (it lasts a few da