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  1. I've been using the resampler for a while now to upscale 44.1khz songs to 48khz. But, I discovered that of late the resampler function isn't working, even when I restored the default settings. Please anyone with knowledge of the matter help me out. I've attached screenshots of my audio info.
  2. So now that this latest Poweramp can (on supported devices) actually change to a sample rate other than 48KHz, I think it should have an option to change the sample rate depending on the input and use whatever the actual input uses. Eg play a 44.1KHz file at 44.1KHz, a 48KHz at 48KHz, etc etc. Perhaps a nice option might be to have a 2x option for an exact doubling resample (eg 44.1 to 88.2 which IS an official standard for digital devices, but not thought of normally so I'm not sure if it works in Android, and 48 would obviously double to the rather well known 96.) Obviously it wouldn't do
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