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It’s difficult to do ABX tests on here. But I did a few listening tests on the songs I know very well, and decided to go with the build-939. Gives me 24bit/48kHz processing, float32 DVC, I can use the DVC and equalizer, and the enhancers are also working. 
It sounded better too on the songs, but we know that could just be volume placebo. 
In the words of Tobey (in Need 4 speed), it’s good enough :)

Thanks guys

 

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I update last night to v.944 and hires giving very low sound . It was working fine in 942(best) and 943

Just to get 96khz and 192khz output i moved from Android 12 to Android 10 ...

Now i am using MIUI 12.1 Android 10 

Poco F1 with USB DAC fiio KA3 ... 

Please help fixing this or atlease provide downgrading option

07:53:44.081 build-944-bundle-play

Device: Xiaomi Xiaomi POCOPHONE F1 beryllium sdm845 "qcom" beryllium Mind Edition [arm64-v8a, armeabi-v7a, armeabi]

 

sdm845 is_snapdragon

MIUI=10

reading /vendor/etc/audio_output_policy.conf

has direct_pcm_24, sampling_rates=44100|48000|88200|96000|176400|192000|352800|384000

AUDIO_OUTPUT_FLAG_DIRECT direct_pcm_24

has direct_pcm_24 formats=AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_24_BIT_PACKED|AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_8_24_BIT|AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_32_BIT

FLAG_VARIANT_DIRECT_HD via direct_pcm_24

=> FLAG_VARIANT_DIRECT_HD_MIUI_STREAM

USB can handle Hi-Res - sdk=29

>>>OK flags=0xe14016600008000

FLAG_VARIANT_DIRECT_HD_MIUI_STREAM

FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_8_24

FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_24

FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_32

FLAG_SUPPORTS_UNITY_GAIN_STREAM

FLAG_SUPPORTS_USB

FLAG_NEEDS_EXTRA_SLEEPS

FLAG_SUPPORTS_LDAC

PA_OUTPUT_CAP_NEEDS_VOL_UI

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_384K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_352K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_192K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_176K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_96K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_88K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_48K

INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_44K

 

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@Mukul Kalsait @Luis David García Solano  Thanks for the reports. There have been some changes made to the hi-res detection process, largely to help with issues in Android 13, but as with any beta-test release there may be unexpected repercussions too - that's the point of test releases, to find these sort of issues before unleashing changes on the whole market.

@Luis David García Solano Could you provide more details, such as the external USB DAC you are using and the Audio Outputs Detection Log (found in PA Settings=>Audio=>Advanced Tweaks).

 

The last stable release was build 939, which can be downloaded from: 

If you want to roll back, you will need to do a full uninstall first, so please make sure you export/backup your Settings/Data first so you don't lose any internal playlists, ratings, etc. As you are going to have to perform a clean install anyway, could you perhaps first try clearing app data for 944, so it thinks it is a new installation, and see if the problems still persist before you roll back?

Andre

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Please Note: Advance Tweaks/MusicFx

in previously updates my device's rom supported MusicFx.

from build 944 it has been disabled.

Poweramp is saying that musicfx not supported by rom.

Hope it will fix soon.

Thanks

Tapori Gaming(Shubham Panchal)

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@Tapori Gaming the audio/music effects (global firmware provided effects or apps like Poweramp Equalizer) usually do not work with hi-res outputs. Previously it could work as hi-res output stayed in standard definition on some rare firmware/devices, but the recent builds improve in this part, so you are getting hi-res but no effects. The point of hi-res (direct) output is to by pass as much Android processing as possible.
The standard definition outputs are way better fitted for global effects and you don’t loose anything vs previous builds.

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32 minutes ago, 96KHz said:

Hi. I am using a Shanling DAC and I couldnt get the Hi-Res Output format to work at 32bit.

Is this an issue specifically with this new build (944) and it worked before on a previous build, or it is a general issue?

Andre

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1 hour ago, Mukul Kalsait said:

@andrewilley this happens in 944 it was working fine in 942 i downgraded to 942 and its working properly with my DAC fiio KA3 😁

it happens because of the beta testing version.

 

if you are not satisfied from the beta testing version then you can leave beta testing program.

downgrade is not a perfect solution for you, if you have playlists,settings saved in Poweramp then it will very risky for you next time.

Do not to forget to export settings in your storage next time.

Poweramp was design for a best quality music in Android Os at the highest peak power of sound.

Thanks.

 

 

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On 9/25/2022 at 7:06 PM, andrewilley said:

Is this an issue specifically with this new build (944) and it worked before on a previous build, or it is a general issue?

Andre

Sorry I havent tried with the previous build. I was only surprised when i saw the feature after updating.

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At 944 version Hi-Res output is dropped to 24Bit 48Khz (at the last output stage)  and it cannot be activated with any of the settings.   Every previous version is working fine  after reverting.

My phone : One Plus 5 ( Lineage OS 19.1  - Android 12.1 )

 

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@metalmusic it was 48 khz 24 bit in previous builds as well for you, it wasn't visible though (as those firmwares change format after playback started). New Poweramp builds are able to detect that now. Hi-res is still available w/o DVC (No DVC option should be enabled, which is the default, so you switched it off). Do a Restore Defaults in hi-res output and start from there. Thanks!

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@Mukul Kalsait use Restore Defaults on your hi-res output. This should (probably, depending on ROM/device) enable No DVC option that will enable "real" hi-res, not just incorrect info as shown previously. The "issue" is mostly for Snapdragon based devices on Android 10-11 which are not capable to output hi-res + DVC on 3.5 and sometimes on USB or BT. Issue is in quotes as this is non-issue. For hi-res you don't want DVC.

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On 9/17/2022 at 1:52 PM, Nick B said:

Hi @maxmp

I'm a Realme user,

I've noticed that the app refresh rate on the Realme Gt 2 Pro is not 120hz,

Could you please add/optimize it for this specific model?

Kind Regards

Nick

 

 

 

Same on OnePlus 9 Pro on OOS 13 (as well as earlier OS versions). It can be forced with some root mods so it forces all apps at fixed refresh rate, but that's far from ideal. Poweramp is one of the rare apps that don't go above 60Hz. Would be great if @maxmp can look into this 

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@adsubzero Poweramp indeed works with the highest refresh rate on Samsungs, Pixels, and on OPs too, though, OnePlus previously had special custom undocumented code to enable higher fresh rates (as they obviously don't want 3rd party apps to run on higher refresh rates). If they changed that for Android 13, appropriate changes are required, but first, Android 13 should hit OP devices. Thanks for the request!

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8 minutes ago, maxmp said:

@adsubzero Poweramp indeed works with the highest refresh rate on Samsungs, Pixels, and on OPs too, though, OnePlus previously had special custom undocumented code to enable higher fresh rates (as they obviously don't want 3rd party apps to run on higher refresh rates). If they changed that for Android 13, appropriate changes are required, but first, Android 13 should hit OP devices. Thanks for the request!

Hey thanks for the reply. Yeah it seems that BBK phones are troublesome, and I had the same issue previously on a Realme X2 Pro. Also this other person has the issue on his Realme GT 2 Pro. I'm using Android 13 open beta at the moment, and considering that the same issue was present in all previous android versions on this phone, I doubt they will change something in the stable release. I would be glad to help if you decide to try and fix this issue and need someone to test it

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On 9/28/2022 at 6:11 PM, maxmp said:

@metalmusic it was 48 khz 24 bit in previous builds as well for you, it wasn't visible though (as those firmwares change format after playback started). New Poweramp builds are able to detect that now. Hi-res is still available w/o DVC (No DVC option should be enabled, which is the default, so you switched it off). Do a Restore Defaults in hi-res output and start from there. Thanks!

 

944 Build with fresh install (default settings) . no DVC and still Hi-Res is downsampled at output stage. I tried every possible setting but 944 build has a bug about this. No Hi-res for my device on 944.

 

 

Also I have put the analog Hi-res 943 output results of a Hi-res audio file. It is Hi-Res .

 

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Samsung Galaxy S10+ and 944 Build does not work HI-Res Output (96Hz and 24 bit)

939 Build: ok,working perfectly

Headset: creative sxfi trio USB-C

Please fix it. THX

 

944 Build 939 Build (96khz->48khz  fixed 48khz for all settings) :(

944 Build.jpg

939 Build (96khz->96khz)

939 Build.jpg

audio output specs.jpg

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