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Best Power amp Setting Is Here With Proper Value

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I have Tested Equaliser And I finD Best for Me You Can Adjust Preamp As per Your Requirement  Some of Have Issue with Exact Value So Here I have Give Perfect Value According To equaliser

PreAmp Normal Added  2 Settings XDA2

XDA Equaliser Value 

31-12.1, 62-6.0, 125-(-6.0), 250-7.5, 500-(-6.0),

1k-4.4, 2k-9.0, 4k-(-8.1), 8k-3.0, 16k-11.5

Download Latest Poweramp 839 After

Any Help Email jasani.mahesh@yahoo.com

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Edited by andrewilley
Thread moved from new-build release topic as it's more of general interest.

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Hi Max Can you Share What Is Your Best Poweramp Setting Please  I have Found This one But I have Found It on XDA

Thanks Have A Good Day

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6 minutes ago, Jemish said:

Can you Share What Is Your Best Poweramp Setting

1. Buy decent headphones

2. Disable equalizer and tone

3. Disable any sound effects from os

4. Use not especially high resolution audio files, but at least mp3 >= 192 kbit/s

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4 minutes ago, Jemish said:

Hi Max Can you Share What Is Your Best Poweramp Setting

There is no such thing as a "Best EQ Setting", it's subjectively up to you, your ears, and your equipment.

You can have a setting that makes your music sound the way you like it, or a setting that compensates for the particular response curves of your own equipment  (phone, output method, speaker/headset/amp, etc). But that "best" setting will be different for every individual.

Andre

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3 minutes ago, andrewilley said:

There is no such thing as a "Best EQ Setting", it's subjectively up to you, your ears, and your equipment.

You can have a setting that makes your music sound the way you like it, or a setting that compensates for the particular response curves of your own equipment  (phone, output method, speaker/headset/amp, etc). But that "best" setting will be different for every individual.

Andre

Thanks

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