You need to be rooted to use it but Imho, the kernel and it's tweaks paired with neutron and my vsonic gr07 be has made an amp redundant. It's like having a totally new device.
To anyone who thinks that an application can't make a difference in sound quality without rooting the device in order to access the kernal: 64-bit volume stepping, dithering, cross-feeding, parametric equalization, and software resampling can make quite a difference. It's like switching to a new media player on a computer without using bit-perfect output to access on a low level.
I am using 1.66.1. Where is that "audio focus" setting?
No, you don't have to pay again.
there is a new version that came out 2 days ago . try to update your app and see if that helps.
Hi-wanted to put my 2 cents in again...Used Neutron for quite a while, and had Poweramp, Winamp, DoubleTwist, MixZing, and others I can't think of right now. Really did feel sound was better, though didn't really "A-B" compare closely. Found UI intolerable, though, couldn't manage to add music, find my way around, basically not easy (for me...not such a techie) to master. Back to the stock player on my Razr Maxx for now, using iPod Touch, iPad, HiSound Studio V Anniversary (another good sounding source with a UI and other issues to make one crazy) for most of my music listening, occasionally stream (like Mog, thinking of trying Spotify, though the word in the grapevine is that Mog is better sounding. Spotify does seem easier to use, though. I guess one has to suffer for good sound). Thinking of reinstalling, have a rooted droid maxx, would that make a difference in Neutron's sound/UI?