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This provide me with a balance between bass and the clarity of the voice.

I have made some changes to it.

EQ is purely subjective - depending on the wild variational quality of speakers, headphones, earphones.. And the quality of the audio. And whether your ears are bunged up with wax.

All credit goes to San_X form XDA developers

https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2674303

 

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Edited by Sylvo
I had made change to the eq

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Hehe thats sad😂 btw i saw this post on xda and tried it out as well...it works but youll end up with a flat sound signature in general

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11 hours ago, Ameya28 said:

Hehe thats sad😂 btw i saw this post on xda and tried it out as well...it works but youll end up with a flat sound signature in general

Finally someone 😍😍

I still prefer this

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I've done this before and it does sound good. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of doing this? And could someone please post a more in depth route to get these exact settings (eg. How many times you tick the equalizer up or down) because a picture isn't the best when dealing with different size phones and a newer version of Poweramp. Thank you

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I've done this before and it does sound good. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of doing this? And could someone please post a more in depth route to get these exact settings (eg. How many times you tick the equalizer up or down) because a picture isn't the best when dealing with different size phones and a newer version of Poweramp. Thank you

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8 hours ago, Jake Heffernon said:

I've done this before and it does sound good. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of doing this? And could someone please post a more in depth route to get these exact settings (eg. How many times you tick the equalizer up or down) because a picture isn't the best when dealing with different size phones and a newer version of Poweramp. Thank you

Import these settings then

last.poweramp-settings

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5 hours ago, Jake Heffernon said:

Can't

 

5 hours ago, Jake Heffernon said:

Can't

Is it that u don't Know how to add this settings

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3 hours ago, Jake Heffernon said:

Well I downloaded it and opened the file through Poweramp and didn't work

U should paste this file in the Poweramp folder in the 

/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/_com.maxmpz.audioplayer

Then open Poweramp then go the settings and press the import button

*(If u already have a similar file cut it and paste it somewhere else as a backup)*

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27 minutes ago, Jake Heffernon said:

Whosever settings those were, I'd suggest changing your resampler type under audio to SoX. It's better quality

Bro this file is not meant to be opened paste it into the folder then open Poweramp and go to the settings find a option called import settings

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On 5/6/2018 at 0:35 PM, Sylvo said:

U should paste this file in the Poweramp folder in the 

/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/_com.maxmpz.audioplayer

Then open Poweramp then go the settings and press the import button

*(If u already have a similar file cut it and paste it somewhere else as a backup)*

34 minutes ago, IsmailBD said:

Hey,How could I import this?

 

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I'm sorry. I've already imported the file you provided but the equalizer doesn't appear to change and the sound quality remains the same. What to do? 

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