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post #286 of 543
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Originally Posted by deco cat View Post

Someone tried Blackplayer?

never tried it but... it has a very nice graphic interface indeed !  

 

Can it stream to an external DAC 24/192 without downsampling like UAPP ? This will be a great solution then !

 

  

 

post #287 of 543
Tried it. Verdict? Pants.
post #288 of 543
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Originally Posted by Zorrofox View Post

Tried it. Verdict? Pants.

more precisly ? could you elaborate please...  :o

post #289 of 543

Sounds ok to me and the UI is very good lot better than Neutron!!

I mostly use N7,walkman and the best sounding of the lot UAPP!

post #290 of 543
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For rooted users flat Poweramp + V4A is the best choice.

For non-rooted I think Noozy + Eizo Rewire combination could provide a good compromise.


Agreed and well said

post #291 of 543
what about some help for a noob? I just got a galaxy s5 and have been using the stock music player. What is the best option for the s5 with no amp, just directly plugged into my Sennheiser 558'S
post #292 of 543
UAPP - OTG cable - Dragonfly

Just sweet sweet sound out of my GS4, so I'm guessing (hopefully) for the GS5.
post #293 of 543
is there even a noticeable difference between apps if you don't have an amplifier?
post #294 of 543
Yes.
post #295 of 543
so I've been hearing a lot of differing opinions, mostly based off of sound. What is everyone's favorite when taking into consideration sound, user interface, and price?
post #296 of 543
Neutron.
post #297 of 543

I like file explorer like music player. I was a big fan of Ipod database type music player but it was just because Ipod didn't give any other options. My music collection is mostly based on vinyl rips in wavpack/iso or FLAC images 24/192 formats. I am not a big fan of fancy interfaces with lot graphics generally distracting you from getting information you need. Yes, I am a big fan of Linux command line. I rarely use equalizer mostly trusting and interesting in an original mastering. So based on the criteria my favorite player is Kamerton.

post #298 of 543

How does an app have anything to do with SQ lol?

post #299 of 543
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Originally Posted by Hapster View Post

How does an app have anything to do with SQ lol?

You are absolutely correct. This is precisely how I see it too. However I can't argue with what I hear. Listen to the same track on Poweramp & then on Neutron and come back and tell us they're the same.

They are not. Neutron is clearly superior. Don't ask me why this is the case.
post #300 of 543
I've tried them all and now just use the stock 4.3 music player on my Galaxy s3 19300. With Viper4android added, I couldn't be happier.

Neutron is quite unique, I agree, but it seems to make music sound a bit 'grey' to my ears.
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