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Best music player for Android? (Samsung GSII)

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Just wondering what is the best for FLAC and lossless recordings.

 

 

Thanks.

post #2 of 22

Poweramp ?

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Poweramp ?


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Poweramp ?

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post #5 of 22

I would recommend Neutron Music Player 

post #6 of 22
Has Poweramp, but it doesn't sound as goos as Neutron. I am using Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus, which actually has mostly the same inner as GS2 (same CPU, same Yamaha audio chip).
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Poweramp ?
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I like the andLess player. It is simple and free.

post #9 of 22

The best one is Neutron.

post #10 of 22

Gotta go with poweramp. curious about neutron. might try it later.

post #11 of 22

  Neutron... Not close.. much better than power amp for sound quality if that's your only criteria

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I keep reading these comments that Neutron sounds better than the other players....has anyone taken measurements to attempt to verify this?

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I would recommend Neutron Music Player 

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I keep reading these comments that Neutron sounds better than the other players....has anyone taken measurements to attempt to verify this?

I have blind tested Neutron and Poweramp before I decide to commit to Neutron and uninstall Poweramp. Never try to measure them but it should be too difficult, but I have doubt on whether RMAA is delicate enough to pick up the difference. Anyway, will test them out if I have the time and I'll post the result back.
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I have blind tested Neutron and Poweramp before I decide to commit to Neutron and uninstall Poweramp. Never try to measure them but it should be too difficult, but I have doubt on whether RMAA is delicate enough to pick up the difference. Anyway, will test them out if I have the time and I'll post the result back.

 

If you find the time, I would be fascinated to see what results you come up with.beerchug.gif

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