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C`mon, come over to the daaark side.biggrin.gif

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C`mon, come over to the daaark side.biggrin.gif



My friend, I AM The DarkSide,... http://anythingbutipod.com/forum/member.php?u=34324

post #93 of 450

LOL. I got schooled. (insert my witty comeback for final victory here).beyersmile.png

 

Gonna head out soon for some shopping, looking forward to trying out my RIG today, been homebound for a few relaxing days, but have been itching to play with my new toy.

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I've been home & sick as a dawg for the last few days - work in the morning tho,...enjoy the shopping & enjoy the rig!!!

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cool stuff :)

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I'm currently emailing back and forth w/Victor @elephantcandy about the skipping during playback, and possibly getting "replaygain" added to the EQu's settings.

 

It might help if some others helped by emailing then via the built-in email contact feature in the EQu app itself. The more people that contact them, the more they'll realize the power they hold w/the iPod touch/iPhone community - and the faster they'll bring this thing up to snuff.

 

Work as a team people, get together on this - 1 person makes a difference, a whole community makes a movement!!!

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check amazon Japan, they now have Sansa products finally, but i don`t want/need/curious anymore now I have these apps!


 

all they have is the same stuff they've had for a while: old stock. nothing that was released after 2007.

 

 

now that i've used both apps for a while, i must say that i still miss my sansa clip. it's impossible to do anything else on the iphone while using EQu without it slowing down, skipping etc. too bad since i find it much better looking and easier to use than equalizer. actually equalizer would be fine if it was just easier to select music and scrub through tracks etc. (and if it wasn't so damn ugly)

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well thankfully the creator of equalizer is following this thread.  I'm confident he will take our comments into consideration.

 

hopefully we can get the EQu creator on head-fi too.. get some real competition going very_evil_smiley.gif

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well thankfully the creator of equalizer is following this thread.  I'm confident he will take our comments into consideration.

 

hopefully we can get the EQu creator on head-fi too.. get some real competition going very_evil_smiley.gif


Yeah, he (elephantcandy) just posted on the other EQu thread.

 

post #100 of 450

I downloaded "Equalizer" tonight, I couldn't wait till Friday night - testing it over the next few days. Wish me (auditory) luck!!! wink_face.gif


Edited by tds101 - 2/16/11 at 4:00pm
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Originally Posted by nywytboy68 View Post

I downloaded "Equalizer" tonight, I couldn't wait till Friday night - testing it over the next few days. Wish me (auditory) luck!!! wink_face.gif



I`m interested to hear what you think , I find it harder to work than EQu myself and would appreciate some tips.

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I`m interested to hear what you think , I find it harder to work than EQu myself and would appreciate some tips.


really? i find the oppisite the case... Equalizer is bajillions times easier to manipulate the frequency curve on.  that alone drove me batty on EQu let alone the skipping and crashing.  

 

what are you having trouble with?

 

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i adjust it via the `spots` but dont seem to get such a strong response.

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i adjust it via the `spots` but dont seem to get such a strong response.



 

not sure what you mean by "strong response" 

 

adding or subtracting x amount of x db to a given frequency should give identical results in both eq apps assuming the "q" is the same

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not sure what you mean by "strong response" 

 

adding or subtracting x amount of x db to a given frequency should give identical results in both eq apps assuming the "q" is the same


Thanks for the quick response, I`ll give it a try.

 

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