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  1. I played around with another wellknown player which has got two options "crossfeed" and "surround" where Poweramp has one option "stereox". "crossfeed" mixes from the left into the right channel and vice versa to mitigate the effect of headphones where the music isn't produced for such. "surround" mitigates the effect of external speakers that are too close to each other. Question : what does Poweramp's stereox in terms of crossfeed and surround ? Is it a bit of both ? Any ideas ?
  2. I've just found stereo x hidden knobs by press n hold stereo x (the word not the knob). There are more knobs for stereo x. There are 2 Gain knobs, 2 freq knobs, 2 quantity knobs, delay, and master gain. That's all i can tell now.
  3. mkosma

    Crossfeed vs StereoX

    Hi -- I'm new to Poweramp and trying to decide between it and one or two alternative players. I read a couple notes here about the StereoX implementation. Played a little with the "advanced" settings for StereoX, which are hard to understand without some documentation. Anyway, that features seems to do the opposite of what I'm after -- a Meier crossfeed (see, e.g., Rockbox's code base, http://www.rockbox.org/tracker/11767). Is there anything like that in the works?
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