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Originally Posted by suhaybh View Post

We rooting for all of you. Lol.

 



I see what you did there..tongue.gif

post #122 of 249

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Just got my E17 today and flashed the kernel on top of AKOP m4,works perfectly! 

post #123 of 249

OMG YES! THIS IS THE HOLY GRAILE OF ANDROID MODS!!!!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE CAN MORE PEOPLE CONFIRM????

post #124 of 249
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Just got my E17 today and flashed the kernel on top of AKOP m4,works perfectly! 


If you are using Poweramp, the equalizer works too,but i think the treble and bass are much better in the E17.

 

post #125 of 249
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Originally Posted by yeehc0729 View Post

Just got my E17 today and flashed the kernel on top of AKOP m4,works perfectly! 


Good news!

 

Probably a typo?

AOKP m4: Android Open Kang Project milestone 4?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1402341

 

Could you please post some details about your configuration:

. ROM: AOKP m4?

. Kernel

. Audio resolution of your music files (16/44.1, 16/48 or 24/96)

. Audio resolution displayed on the FiiO E17 screen (16/44.1, 16/48 or 24/96)

 

Do you have another picture? (the current picture shows an analog out, and not a USB digital out)

 

Thanks!

 


Edited by DanBa - 4/17/12 at 2:08am
post #126 of 249

I was too excited lol. Ya i am using the Android Open Kang Project milestone 4, Kernel is GLaDOS V1.29(GSM) http://rootzwiki.com/topic/14685-15-apr-glados-v129/page__st__810

My musics are 16/44.1, display on the screen 16/48, on the manual says 48 and 44.1 will bot display 48 so it shouldn't be a problem.smily_headphones1.gif


Edited by yeehc0729 - 4/17/12 at 2:10am
post #127 of 249

Both power amp for android and the e17 support 96khz flac files. Would you mind testing a 96 kHz flac file to see if it works?

post #128 of 249
PowerAmp equalizer compresses dynamics. There are better Android apps for best SQ. I hear Neutron is good.
post #129 of 249
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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

PowerAmp equalizer compresses dynamics.

[citation needed] (FUD)
post #130 of 249

Unfortunately all he is doing there is amping the headphone out that has already passed through the phone's internal DAC, no modifications are necessary to do that.  The problem is getting a digital line out via the usb which bypasses the phone's internal DAC and uses the one in the E17 (or w/e usb DAC you use), so far we have gotten the kernel to recognize the DAC and load the necessary modules to use it, the only problem is we can't switch the phone's sound card from the default on board one yet and that problem is a bit of a toughie.  Without native ALSA support, it's going to be one heck of a hack

post #131 of 249
Have people gotten a true line-out from the galaxy nexus? I'm pretty desperate to eliminate the background noise.
post #132 of 249

Not yet, we are a lot closer now, the only problem is hacking in real ALSA support and this seems to be the hard part

post #133 of 249

Great to hear there is progress on this issue, I recently have got my galaxy nexus and I love it. Lets hope it can be done, DAC support would be pretty amazing.

Good luck :)

post #134 of 249

Citation...ummm...my ears, and those of my girlfriend who is a professional singer and has been around audio and mixing equipment since she was 8.

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[citation needed] (FUD)

 

 

post #135 of 249
Try setting PowerAmp eq totally flat and toggling it on and off; you will hear it. Same with the bass and treble knobs.

The best EQ for android is the DSP manager that should be available with most roms after rooting. It seems to be a straight hardware EQ and does not utilize any form of compression, at least that I can discern.
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