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Yes it would use the same DAC. I have been able to bypass the phone's DAC with a fiio E07K but I am waiting for some USB otg cables to connect my audioquest dragonfly 1.2 as external DACs with amps need a lot more juice than the phone can provide. Good to know your thoughts on the differences between the two phones.
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Can anyone confirm Mini version is compatible with USB DAC´s? Seems like regular G2 is, but any news about mini and reviews says it does´t have OTG feature. 

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Originally Posted by dana789 View Post
 

I enjoyed reading blackmarket's recent post, but I have been unable to reproduce their result. I bought the Neutron Music Player from the Play Store (cost is $4.99). Sure enough, if I deselect the Generic Driver under the Audio Hardware settings, the SQ improves but the playback is a bit glitchy. So far, just as blackmarket described.

 

After that, i think I didn't follow your advice. Using Chrome on my G2, I went to neutronmp.com/downloads and downloaded the version that referred to Neon: NeutronMP NEON.apk

 

This upgrade also referred to ARM7 and NEON. When I installed this upgrade, Neutron no longer worked, it just crashed.

 

I tried NeutronMP.apk, this works but glitches like the original. I suspect I didn't download the right upgrade. Can you give us some more details about what you downloaded?

 

Thanks in advance.

Well latest reply in the world, but i had actually stopped using my phone as my music player for a while because i just gave up with the glitchy audio. Recently though, i think Neutron may have had an update because now the glitchy-ness is completely gone. My phone definitely sounds very good now. Compared to my ipod video, the LG G2 have a little recessed mids but a slightly wider soundstage and more dimension. Might start moving all my music back to my phone.

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Well latest reply in the world, but i had actually stopped using my phone as my music player for a while because i just gave up with the glitchy audio. Recently though, i think Neutron may have had an update because now the glitchy-ness is completely gone. My phone definitely sounds very good now. Compared to my ipod video, the LG G2 have a little recessed mids but a slightly wider soundstage and more dimension. Might start moving all my music back to my phone.

Thanks, looks like a case of "good things come to those who wait". I just did the update, made sure that the generic driver was off, and all seems great. The sound is excellent and no glitches so far. It's great to have my phone as a front-line music player.

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