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  1. I like the player, very nice. I like music in high quality and fidelity. So I chose Poweramp. One suggestion: Add a noise meter and dynamic range. Just as the loud warning, a warning noise of the song playing. Something like this: It is a matter of taste if you prefer compressed music. But throughout that it produces negative effects on the ear. It would help to make it even better player. Poweramp rules!
  2. Hello, This sounds easy enough to implement and I think it would be super handy! The problem: when playing back playlists some songs are louder and some are quieter. Which means every time I'm listening to a certain playlist I'm often fiddling with the volume rocker in between songs to adjust the volume for the next song to sound exactly how I like it. It would be great! if I had a way to do this operation once and for all. The solution: a menu item called "Playlist Volume Adjuster". Tap on it and you're taken to a list view of the playlist with a little slider next to every song. The slider range could be [-10,+10] and by default the indicator is set in the middle position at '0'. Changing the position of the indicator means that the volume of the song is always decreased/incremented accordingly when the song is played from the playlist. Thanks for considering implementing this feature. I purchased the app almost 4 years ago and I'm still very happy with it - this is the first time I've felt the need to request a feature. Cheers!
  3. I like this feature where the player automatically plays music when the headphones are connected. My problem is however, that the volume goes to maximum which, 1. Damages my expensive earphones. 2. Damages my ears. Is there a way to make the player automatically play music at medium volume rather than maximum?
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