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  1. In my previous device it was showing "Hi-Res Output" now in my new device it is "OpenSL ES Hi-Res Output" I want to know... 1. What is the difference? 2. Which is better? Please comment... Thanks in advance.
  2. when listening to audio using the Hi-Res output on my Fiio M6 I have a faint popping/cracking noise in the background of all tracks, I've tried tweaking various settings from resampling, buffer sizes, disable the equaliser/tone control and enabling/disabling DVC. so far I've not managed to find a fix or work around. OpenSL ES output works fine but I'd prefer to use the Hi-Res output and utilise the onboard DAC (ES9018Q2C). For comparison the same audio tracks are fine when played through FIIO's default player, I'd rather use Poweramp though if possible due to the better UI, support for Album Artist tags and advanced shuffling etc.... Formats Tested: Flac 96KHz 24 bit Flac 44.1KHz 16 bit MP3 320 Kbps Audio Detection Log: 11:37:15.277 v3-build-860-uni Device: Android Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. FiiO M6 m6 smdk7270 [armeabi-v7a, armeabi] reading=/system/etc/audio_policy.conf has outputs_primary, sampling_rates=44100|48000|88200|96000|176400|192000 has outputs/primary formats=AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_16_BIT| AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_8_24_BIT |AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_24_BIT has primary sampling_rates=44100|48000|88200|96000|176400|192000 has primary formats=AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_16_BIT| AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_8_24_BIT |AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_24_BIT has usb has usb outputs has usb_device, sampling_rates=48000 rate=48000 USB can handle Hi-Res - sdk=24 OK flags=0x900003400000000 FLAG_VARIANT_MIXED_HIRES FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_8_24 FLAG_SUPPORTS_USB FLAG_SUPPORTS_FLT_DYN_RANGE INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_192K INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_176K INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_96K INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_88K INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_48K INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_44K
  3. I am the owner of a Chromecast Audio device and use it via its digital output to my DAC to play lossless via Poweramp Android. However, I would much prefer if the output from the Chromecast was of native bitrate and sample rate of the file playing - without resampling everything to one specific bitrate and sample rate defined by the user. Is it possible to include the option of 'sample rate is defined by the source file' to the Chromecast 'sample rate' and 'sample format' menus within Poweramp, so that the output adjusts according to each file being played? Due to the Chromecast's limitation of 24 bit/96kHz output; another option that may be necessary to accompany the above request is a setting to resample all 192kHz+ files down to 96kHz purely for Chromecast use. These additions would at least keep the output bit-perfect for everything 24/96 and below, other than 192kHz+ files that must be resampled to 96kHz due to limitation of the Chromecast. Bit-perfect playback is a much required necessity for those replacing traditional computer based systems for Hi-Res playback - allowing Poweramp to replace a computer for playback would be much appreciated.
  4. 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?
  5. Hello, I was just wondering if you could please allow us to choose 16 and 32 Hi-Res bit depths aswell. Thanks in advance.
  6. Poweramp build number (available in Poweramp Settings / About 874 and 875 your device model Sony Xperia 1 ii your Android version 10 The output device is WI-1000XM2, I tried both wired and bluetooth LDAC. I also tried with ATH-M50x. All the same result It used to work in my old phone (Sony Xperia XZ Premium). I guess this is because of the new (not even released yet in the west if I'm correct) phone compability or because of Android 10 possibly(?) Is this a known bug or possibly a new issue? below are some screenshots
  7. 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.
  8. Hello, i recently downloaded and bought the application. Coming from other audio players, i was wondering if you could please add the following features: - DSD - bit perfect output - 2 Passes (as in VLC) - 32 bits support for Hi-Res audio - pitch control - current playlist, playback stop and A-B repetition (as in jetAudio) - playlist import - lyrics editing and writing. Sincerely yours
  9. Hi. Recently I got a bug on sample rate used value in hi-res mode. When i see the sample rate value on Hi-res output settings screen, it says that it used 192khz rate. But, if I look that on the output select screen(?) and audio info popup, both says it only used 48khz sample rate. I don't know which one is right? I think the value in the settings screen is wrong, but I also think that my device supports sample rates above 48khz , but both select screen and audio info don't recognize it. Here is the screenshot Sorry for my english. The build version is 847.
  10. 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.
  11. Device and Software information: Device name - Nokia 6.1 Plus (Android One) Model - TA 1116 OS version - 9.0 (Pie) Processor - Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Poweramp version - v3 build 816 play My device supports Hi-Res output. But using equalizer causes distortion and volume becomes low. I've disabled DVC and Headroom gain. Use Limit still don't get expected output for FLAC music. Hope you'll have a look at what's causing the problem.
  12. Hello, i try few build version of v3, every versions are the same issue, unable to enable Hi-Res with wired headset ( 3.5mm and 2.5mm connection) Always down sample to 16bit 44.1Khz. the hardware is support HiRes natively Please fix it accordingly. Device: iBasso DX150 OS: Official Android O v1 ( i'm prefer Official firmware because i want retain warranty) Player version : v3 Build xxx
  13. as title, when I'm playing Hi-Res music, the "Bluetooth output setting" is still showing 44.1khz. Does the music is being re-sampled into 44.1khz while playing? my earphone is Sony WI-1000X, and the connecting mode is definitely LDAC (other music player can support Hi-Res mode).
  14. 1. Device: ASUS ZenFone Max Pro M12. ROM: Stock Android 8.1.0 3. Why it should work (and actually works): https://4pda.ru/forum/index.php?showtopic=898479&st=3300#entry78306546 and my personal experience with Hi-Res Output. My headphones also support Hi-Res Output. Here's a problem: reconnecting my wired headset drops sample rate/sample format from selected 192kHz/24-bit to 48kHz/16-bit. Please, fix that. I'm tired of reconfiguring my Poweramp almost every time. By the way, sometimes it just switches to OpenSL ES Output (though Hi-Res Output via headset option is still marked as a selected one). Someone already posted a similar report, but got no replies. That is very disappointing. P. S. Your app is a sheer masterpiece. Really love it. P. P. S. I'm using the latest version of the player. UPDATE: I have found a quick solution: you just stop the track, close the player and open it again with your headphones plugged in. But that doesn't satisfy me. I paid for this app and I want it to work properly (don't want to be a jerk, just willing to help you to improve your great player).
  15. I have a problem with Hi-res output that it can work if only i disable the DVC (if enabled, there no sound). But DVC can work properly with default OpenES output. I really love DVC because it have more powerfull loudness and bass that it suits for my ears. Without DVC, sometimes it happens a little distortion for me and that's quite disturbing. Please fix it if possible. Redmi 4 prime cusrom Aospex 6.0 Pie
  16. Hello, from one update, when it was added a new style and functions with different outputs, i started to use hi res out on my Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 main board device, that has an opportunity of it. But there one trouble that i don't know how to fix. When i turn on hi res out, listen to some music and then after i pluged out and in again headphones and i'd like to enter player again, then it shows that hi res is still working, but discrete frequency turns to 48khz and in a list of frequencies i set up 192khz and real frequency was 192khz and after that restart, it always set 192khz (or more when i tried different) discrete and 48khz of real and when i try to change it, nothing is happening and real frequency doesn't change. How can i solve that or can't or differently this kind of processors don't support it? And what is the kind of magic happens? Or maybe tell me, how correctly enable hi res out. Thanks P.s my device is OnePlus 5t android Oreo 8.1
  17. After last update (b808), my device doesn't even work for hi-res output (just try wired headset option). In the previous version it's work normally. Pls fix this. Device: Redmi 4 prime cusrom Aospex 6.0 Pie
  18. Hi-Reso utput through 3.5 is using ringtone volume instead of media volume on mate 20. Is it a bug or common phenomenon?
  19. So, I've said about this here and there already but I decided to make a topic here on the bug reports. Basically, Poweramp doesn't seem to care about WavPack files (.wv) with higher sample rate than 88,2kHz. I didn't tested this on Poweramp V2 yet but, the V3 betas/alphas, since the 790, for some reason doesn't add WavPack files to the library... But Poweramp can play them. If you go to where the file is with a file explorer, and try to open it with Poweramp (sometimes it can take more than one or two tries), Poweramp play the file normally, and show all the info, like tags, the file type, the profile, data rate... But as soon as the song ends, the player just refreshes itself and go to the "all songs" tab, and the WavPack file vanishes again. Something weird I noticed is, I have one album that is on WavPack+cue, and it is 32-192. That single album, Poweramp adds to the library. After this I tried tons of different programs, configs, profiles, different ways to make WavPack files, and as soon as the sample rate go beyond 88,2kHz, the file is not added to the library. It also seems to work with embedded cue sheet files, but as was said, as soon as this file is beyond 88,2kHz, it's not added to the library anymore. Now about the DSD part, one thing is: Poweramp seems to work wonderfully with up to DSD128, beyond that, like DSD256 for example, it's not added to the library and if you try opening it with some external app, it also don't work. Not really a bug report I think, more of some compatibility issue maybe. The other thing is: since WavPack 5, it got the ability of compressing and carrying DSD files on a lossless (and even reversible) way, which seems to work normally with players that supports this feature. And, yeah, Poweramp doesn't support WavPack files which carries a DSD stream on it. This is more of a report for a, maybe future update to add support to it, not exactly a bug report. But with the very nice hi-res capabilities of Poweramp as a player, it's indeed something to consider. LG G7 ThinkQ, Stock LG UI ROM with Android 8.0.0, no root. By the time of this comment, build 805 of Poweramp is used.
  20. I was using Hi-Res Output with DVC in my previous android version(8.1 Oreo) on Nokia 6.1 plus but after updating it to Android 9 PIE, there are very noticeable lags in audio especilly in audios with higher bitrate like Flac. Also there are new bugs like Poweramp stops after sometime when phone is idle. I wasn't facing any of these bugs in previous Android Versions. PS, I am using similar settings to the previous one.
  21. Music always stop at the end at hi res output, build 799
  22. Yo, I have a question about 32bit audio files playback on Poweramp: do the player actually play it as 32bit or it is "converted" to 24bit? I have a few 32bit wav files, and despite Poweramp playing them very nicely, when I check the audio output info it shows 24bit. Even the resample line disappears when I set it manually to the right sample rate, and it's shown as of it was playing it at 32, but on the output info it shows 24bits. Using my phone stock player (LG G7), I can feel some very specific difference, with the stock player sounding a bit better (even without any kind of modifications), but it only sounds better with 32 bit files... The wavpack part is, Poweramp doesn't seems to find folders with wavpack files, even being capable to play it normally. But if I go on a file manager and open a .wv file from there, it works until I press the back button, them it stop, the screen blinks and it get back to the "all music" screen. Is this something with the app itself or with the files? This part is more about an experimenting I was doing to get a bit more storage since 32bit wave files can go pretty wild on its size, so don't get it as a big problem (at least for now)...
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