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Hello, First my device, Huawei Nova 5T. Recently I bought a USB DAC SoundBlaster G3, after my 32bit/384KHZ USB-C to jack 3.5mm cable passed away... But the new DAC supposed to play at 24bit/96khz... so... when I plug y my cellphone its locked at 16bit/48khz. What happened, if before plays perfectly with a 3$ USD cable but now with a 50$ DAC is impossible to play a better sample at 16bit/48khz? I tried all the outputs and configs, Open SL ES, Hi-Res Open SE, AudioTrack, AAudio.... Float32 Sample... and not works... (The DAC is OK, works perfectly on my PC) Pls help
Hello everyone. I've purchased Poweramp awhile back and have used it with no issues on my Galaxy S9 along with my Tempotec Sonata HD Pro DAC capable of 384kHz/32bit output. On the S9 it would default to 192khz/24bit output with the Audiotrack output selected in the audio settings. I've purchased a new phone (Xiaomi Poco X3) running MIUI 12.0.2 Android Q. Upon installing Poweramp (v3, b884), the output of the USB DAC is limited to 48kHz/16bit on both OpenSL and Audiotrack. I could alter the sampling rate by enabling Hi-res output, but that introduces a lot of latency. On the S9 with Audiotrack output selected, the sampling rate was 192kHz with low latency of around 80ms compared to the Xiaomi hi-res output having 200ms with 96kHz selected. My questions are: 1) What could be causing this issue? My guess is the stock player interferes with Poweramp's direct access to USB audio. 2) Is there a difference in altering the sampling rate on Hi-res output vs allowing the native sampling rate of the device (192kHz/24bit) to be utilized when Audiotrack output is used? Thanks and hope you could help me out. Attached are screenshots of the issue in question. https://i.imgur.com/ctVfnEn.jpg
Dear all, I have just received a USB DAC (Hidizs Sonata) which works like a charm with Poweramp (mobile: Honor View 10), Poweramp detects and identifies correctly the DAC. But I have a couple of questions. Sorry if these have been already answered but didn't find anything. -in OpenSL ES Hi-Res output, the sample rate says "actual sample rate is defined by the device", but if I play a 24/96kHz file, it won't automatically switch to 96kHz unless manually selected. Usually it will say "Using: 48kHz". Is this a bug, expected behaviour or just my phone? -when I use the USB DAC, the phone disables the Vibration mode and enables the sound, and for some reason the media volume will be treated as ringtone instead. Meaning that notifications will sound at the same volume as the music... don't have to tell you how annoying that can be. Is there any way to change that? Thanks in advance!