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post #46 of 57
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**** Straight it isn't a darn iPad 2!

 

The touchpad has a fun OS! :D



 

I do like my new toy tho,....

 

Now, about that DSP Manager,....I may have to investigate!!! Thanks for the screen shot Byakushiki!!!

 

Cheers to you BOTH!!! beerchug.gif

post #47 of 57

Guys, Audiophile HD Pro is FREE with promo code ebmxr53816hugpb. Not sure how many redemptions are left, but do hurry!

 

6-band equalizer (+-10dB), crossfade and gapless playback, support for: .ra, .3gp, .aac, .als, .m4a, .mp1, .mp2, .mp3, .mpg, .ogg, .ors, .ram, .wav, .wma, .flac


Edited by 3X0 - 9/2/11 at 5:01pm
post #48 of 57
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Originally Posted by 3X0 View Post

Guys, Audiophile HD Pro is FREE with promo code ebmxr53816hugpb. Not sure how many redemptions are left, but if you need some DSP do hurry!



Thanks for the tip. Just snagged a copy. beerchug.gif

post #49 of 57

lol missed out on audiophile HD 

 

i was too lazy to do the credit card set up yesterday at night

post #50 of 57

I'm currently loading my "Heavy Metal Magazine" .CBR files on to read - I've got a HUGE Kindle & comic book reader here,...I luv it!!! bigsmile_face.gif

post #51 of 57

I tried a friend's touchpad with my LCD 2 Rev 2s as well as my Reshelled TF10s, decent sound but nothing to shout about.

post #52 of 57

CyanogenMod seems to have almost everything working on their TouchPad port.

Check it out.

post #53 of 57
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Originally Posted by Byakushiki View Post

CyanogenMod seems to have almost everything working on their TouchPad port.

Check it out.



 

I'm waiting for this, thanks!!!

post #54 of 57

I think the Audio quality on the HP Touchpad is very good. Don't have much to compare it too, it sounds more "airy" than my "fuller" sounding Nokia C7.

post #55 of 57
I'll trade my 32gb HP touchpad, official case, and touchstone charger for an android tablet. All are in excellent condition. Please pm me if anyone is interested. I'd love an htc flyer btw.
post #56 of 57

I just installed Spotify (Premium) on my Touchpad yesterday and at first found the SQ to be pretty poor and distorted but a few hacks later and it's not too bad at all.

 

http://gdgt.com/question/want-to-install-spotify-on-your-hp-touchpad-frs/

 

This is essential, I could not get enough volume to drive my headphones without it.

 

http://forums.webosnation.com/webos-homebrew-apps/304265-touchvol.html

 

And turn off Beats Audio, and don't forget to change the Spotify preferences to HQ steaming and syncing.

 

All in all, a nice little gadget to explore some new tunes.  biggrin.gif

 

post #57 of 57

Has anyone here successfully implemented USB Audio on their WebOS Touchpad?  Someone on WebOS Nation apparently had this working last year (see post #402 here and blog here), but I can't seem to find any recent details on how to fully implement USB Audio on a Touchpad.  I have USB host working, so I can connect several USB devices (ie. hub, keyboard, thumb drive) via the USB port, but I'm looking for specifics on how to implement USB Audio so I can connect an external USB DAC.  I'd also like to avoid having to install the CyanogenMod for fear of bricking my Touchpad, but will if no other WebOS based alternatives exist.  Any pointers to additional information on implementing USB audio would be appreciated.  Thanks.

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