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@Blaze Emerson thanks for the request. As Poweramp Equalizer uses the audioengine built-in into Android and bundled with the firmware, unfortunately Reverb effect just doesn't work on recent Androids - it was never updated and produces just very slight to no effect. This is why it's disabled in Equalizer.

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As Max said, the stand-alone EQ app works by modifying an already-existing Android audio stream, controlling various tools provided within Android. It does not process the audio directly itself, but more instructs how it should be processed. And Android's Reverb features are not very good.

In contrast, the Music Player app is entirely self-contained and all of the audio processing is done by code within the app.


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