Best android music player app?
Jan 11, 2013 at 12:31 AM Post #46 of 590

Gilly87

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Neutron only has 4 EQ bands, but they can be set to any exact frequency you desire. Mmmmmm 
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Jan 11, 2013 at 5:28 AM Post #47 of 590

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Player pro is between Poweramp and Neutron, SQ wise, Neutron being the best.
 
Jan 16, 2013 at 9:55 AM Post #51 of 590

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Has anyone tried Soundbest? This app does a 90 second audio response (hearing) test, then generates "optimized eq settings for comfortable and rich sound" for you. Lite version you cannot adjust the auto generated eq, maybe in the full version you can.
 
The only headphones i wish i could adjust the auto eq with were my AKG 301. The 3 IEMs i tried it with sound much more spacious and balanced to my ears after running the test. 
 
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I find myself using this app a bit more then neutron. YMMV.
 
 
Feb 10, 2013 at 9:23 PM Post #52 of 590

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Interesting find yesterday from AppSales (great app in itself!) - GoneMAD Music Player. Extremely feature-rich, and does a few things better than PowerAMP (10-band parametric EQ is a bit more granular, and can read Album Artist tags properly according to many of the reviews in the Play Store and I recall that was extremely important to some here). Has a two week trial period, and the unlocker is presently on sale (although not for much longer I think). No idea about SQ as yet, but overall seems like a very high quality package.
 
Feb 11, 2013 at 11:39 PM Post #53 of 590

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I tried quite a few about 6 months ago and settled on Neutron. To me, there was a noticeable difference in SQ over apps like Player Pro, PowerAmp and Winamp. Neutron's UI could certainly be a bit better, but once you get it down it's not so bad. Having said that, I am always on the lookout for a music app that is feature rich and has a nice UI and sound quality - I think jetAudio might be that app. The basic version has plenty of options to play with and includes a 10 band eq. The plus version ($3.99) boasts a 20 band eq and unlocks some other features as well. I'll try to post back here if I end up paying for the plus version. 
 
Thanks for the rec, NZtechfreak. I'll check that out for sure. 
 
Feb 14, 2013 at 11:32 PM Post #58 of 590

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Me? Galaxy S2 Skyrocket. Seemingly the red headed stepchild of the Galaxy family...

But as I said, I didn't mess with Neutron much. I'll play with it again when I have some serious time to do so.
 
Feb 14, 2013 at 11:44 PM Post #60 of 590

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Ok really try it out because the player is really awesome when you fully know how to use it. :)


Hehe, that's probably my problem... I'm by no means an audiophile, just really getting into the world of hi-fi, so the last time I messed around I got a bit lost. As I learn more, though, I'll be able to put that knowledge to good use.
 

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