If I used syncing, it would probably crash, considering how much tabs I usually have open. :3
Other than that, probably every browser with a PC equivalent does it.
I'm liking the BMF mod. Really flat bass region. But without the measuring kit, it'll be hard to determine a flat curve. And I can't trust my ears for that flat sound cause I never heard what flat actually sounds like.
Oh and after seeing the graphs, it's possible to make flat line on the bass and mid, but not the treble region. I wonder what's the headphone/iem/speaker with the flattest treble region, if possible that is?
I've reported this problem + others for mobile Head-Fi (such as scrolling and the Head-Fi bar appears in the middle of the screen so if you touch it while scrolling you automatically scroll to the top of the thread). It seems that they don't care. -.-
Also, did you guys know that when you view a review and you see the breakdown details on the left (with the green bars), those actually represent the average ratings for all of the reviews on Head-Fi and not your own review? Pretty stupid if you ask me.
Hopefully someone here can take note of these things...
I'm the kind of guy that uses browsers as a way to connect to use the internet. Nothing more.