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You keep asking about what is the cleanest way to pass audio directly to your listening device, so I'd suggest turning any additional manufacturer-added processing (such as Dolby Atmos) off. Disabling MusicFX in the second EQ screen is a good idea.

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On 2/6/2022 at 12:45 PM, andrewilley said:

You keep asking about what is the cleanest way to pass audio directly to your listening device, so I'd suggest turning any additional manufacturer-added processing (such as Dolby Atmos) off. Disabling MusicFX in the second EQ screen is a good idea.

Andre

it shouldn't matter when DVC is on, right? 🤔

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2 hours ago, ░▒▓█ クリス █▓▒░ said:

it shouldn't matter when DVC is on, right? 🤔

Tone and EQ controls can still be used with DVC turned on. If you are looking for a flat output true to the original source you are best to leave all of these defeated.

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On 2/6/2022 at 5:45 AM, Mark Lee said:

My tablet has Dolby Atmos, when using Poweramp should this be on or off, does it pass through it or bypass it.

I would use either PA's EQ or Dolby, but not both. You would basically be EQ'ing an EQ which is never a good thing. At lower volumes it may not sound too bad, but your likely going to get massive distortion once you raise the volume. Your also using way more battery power with both applied because the DSP (Digital Signal Processor) and DAC (Digital-to-Analog Converter) are both working overtime to apply the EQ effects.

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