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post #31 of 59

Neutron user here, SQ is a definate step up from stock player, and the EQ is great.

post #32 of 59
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Samsung already announced a Jelly Bean update for GT7+

 

Did they really? 

post #33 of 59
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Did they really? 

 

Well they announce updates only to delive them a year later. I got fed up and rooted my S3.

post #34 of 59

Hi. 

 

I'm really interested in Neutron but need a stereo widening feature like the ones implemented in other third party players. It seems like the stereo virtualizer in Neutron by Ambiphonic is only for speakers. Has anyone tried it with headphones? Does Neutron have a way to increase the soundstage image for headphones? Thanks.

post #35 of 59

Power amp user here, I have used many players and I think all sound the same to me on my SGS2 (GT I9100) on Cyanogenmod 9, the stock player on ICS (touchwiz) sounds louder than power amp on the stock kernel, but they sound the same with other kernels. The dsp manager on CM9 only works to my knowlage on Apollo which is a really bad player but the EQ is really nice, better than the one on power amp.

post #36 of 59
How does jetaudio pro fare? I'm deliberating between jetaudio and poweramp now.
Jetaudios ui is more appealing to me but the basic version that I'm trying out can't seem to view track details and can't assign a specific folder as music folder.
Anyone with the pro version can comment on whether u can do all these on the pro version?
post #37 of 59

 

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How does jetaudio pro fare? I'm deliberating between jetaudio and poweramp now.
Jetaudios ui is more appealing to me but the basic version that I'm trying out can't seem to view track details and can't assign a specific folder as music folder.
Anyone with the pro version can comment on whether u can do all these on the pro version?

 

I tried Jetaudio, but it was quite a while back (when it still had the BBE settings). From memory it was nothing special, and the fans it did have at the time mostly moved on once the BBE settings disappeared. That was due to some licencing issue or something, may since have been resolved.

post #38 of 59

UI related nothing beats Power amp, I still haven't heard any player that sound different from it besides the stock samsung player on stock ICS kernel, Power amp is the only app besides root explorer that I paid at full price, also was the first one I bought.

post #39 of 59

I'm a PowerAMP user here, but I disagree about the UI - I think many music players beat its UI. None beat it as an overall package looking at UI/features for me though.

post #40 of 59
Wat do u guys look out for in a ui anyways? Cause jetaudio's looks cleaner and more appealing to me. It's jus poweramp amp's ability (or rather jetaudio's inability) to assign a folder and view track details that got me in this dilemma
post #41 of 59
Maybe you could wait til power amp goes on sale, I believe jetaudio is cheaper, you could buy the two and decide for yourself which one is better.
post #42 of 59
Google play has sales? Nvr noticed
post #43 of 59
Lots of them, last month many popular apps like power amp went on sale for 25 cents, to celebrate 25 billions downloads or something like that.
post #44 of 59
Wow. How did I miss that tongue.gif
post #45 of 59
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Wow. How did I miss that tongue.gif

There is even an app called "App Sales", which tells you which apps are on sale every few days haha

Gotta love the world of Android. biggrin.gif
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