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Please add Hi-Res feature from Poweramp Player to Poweramp Equalizer


Ali Rahal

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Hi,

Frst thanks for your amazing work, can you please port the beta hi-res feature from the Poweramp player to the Poweramp equalizer application ?

Thanks

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@Ali Rahal thanks for the request, but Equalizer only changes audio for the players, it doesn't use any output or produce sound by itself to output to. Also, usually players with Hi-Res (direct) output (such as Powermap player) do not support "external" equalization via equalizer apps (depends on device firmware, true for Qualcomm based).

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Thanks for the clear answer... I was going to post an other topic to report a bug indicating that the equalizer app does not work with Poweramp player when Hi-Res is enabled... is that intended to be that way or should it work with internal dac + Hi-Res from an other player ? (using a Xiaomi mido)

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1 hour ago, Ali Rahal said:

Thanks for the clear answer... I was going to post an other topic to report a bug indicating that the equalizer app does not work with Poweramp player when Hi-Res is enabled... is that intended to be that way or should it work with internal dac + Hi-Res from an other player ? (using a Xiaomi mido)

EQ App should be used for other sources of audio on Android you want to EQ separate from Poweramp Player itself.

If you want to use EQ within Poweramp, there is graphic and now parametric EQ options as of beta build 905-909.

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Thanks... was just for the convince of having the equalizer profiles on a single place... but i saw i can import the settings into the Poweramp player... 

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@Ali Rahal on Qualcomms, 3.5 (or analog usb dongle to 3.5) output is usually implemented as Direct output, and this doesn’t allow effects by default. Samsungs are capable of hi-res equalization, even on Qualcomms, but there are other issues (such as wrong sample rate reported for hi-res outputs). 
Generally hi-res equalization is not recommended - both due to the technical issues and just for a common sense, as you certainly loose that accuracy you want from hi-res audio.

Poweramp player will do it though, as its equalizer is independent from the firmware.

Also it usually works ok for LDAC 96khz.

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