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post #16 of 22

I recently switched to Neutron and couldn't be happier. I use the 64 bit if if matters.

 

Neutron offers some great features on top of the superior sound quality such as a parametric EQ and background hiss reduction (for sensitive earphones).

 

It is pretty ugly though.

post #17 of 22
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Originally Posted by Achmedisdead View Post

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

Okay, I was measuring another amp for another review so I took the time to RMAA Neutron (32bits core) vs. Poweramp as well. The setup is: Galaxy Tab 7+ (line-out) + O2 + CX300 feed into Behringer UC222's line-in (only the software players are different). The majority of the measurement are similar, except for one area. Neutron is SIGNIFICANTLY less noisy then Poweramp, both in Noise Level as well as in IMD+Noise.

It is official, Neutron FTW!
post #18 of 22

I just use Apollo included in CM9 and CM10.

post #19 of 22

Anyone with the Galaxy S3?  How does Neutron compare to stock player?

 

Also, i see Neutron offers a 64 bit player, after some Googling, i cannot find out what is the bit rate on the standard GS3 player.  64?


Edited by Kreyson - 8/10/12 at 12:55pm
post #20 of 22

Ok, i ended up buying the app, but i am stumped on how to import windows media playlists.  I found a neutron media file for playlists within the app and i cut and pasted over the playlists, but still showing zero playlists in neutron.
 

post #21 of 22
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Originally Posted by Kreyson View Post

Anyone with the Galaxy S3?  How does Neutron compare to stock player?

Also, i see Neutron offers a 64 bit player, after some Googling, i cannot find out what is the bit rate on the standard GS3 player.  64?

As with most audio apps (i.e. Poweramp. Winamp, etc) that doesn't have their own core, they are using the stock Android audio driver which is limited to 16bit, 44.1kHz.
post #22 of 22

Thanks for the replies guys.  Stumped at the moment.  All of my music is from synching it to my computer and syncing several play lists from windows media player.

 

In the neutron player, it is not showing any playlists. Under playlist tab, it shows "0",

 

However, it does show a straight listing of every song moved over.

 

Do i have to manually move a playlist file to somewhere or should it auto detect?  Which it is not doing....
 


Edited by Kreyson - 8/11/12 at 1:15pm
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