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USB Audio Recorder PRO (UAPP): 24- and 32-bit playback, ubiquitous USB audio support for Android

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by nztechfreak, Feb 5, 2014.
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  1. harrinj
    Oh are you adding network support now? I have a Nexus 5 and with the crap storage, I was thinking about a WiFi HDD so that would be awesome if we could access music over a network now. 
     
  2. m-i-c-k-e-y
    Does it have to be Pink?
     
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    Davy, I'm still in awe what your program can do. And with the DSD function it never ceases to impress me. 
     
    THANKS!
     
     
    UAPP playing DSD128 file form 2L w/ GO1000 confirming.
     
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  3. Davy Wentzler
     
    Yes, network share (samba) is working. Played some DSD files over WiFi today. Awful lot of work though and still not finished, but it's getting there.
     
  4. Davy Wentzler
     
    Yup, I thought I'd make it in matching colors. [​IMG]
     
  5. m-i-c-k-e-y
    [​IMG]
     
    So it is!
     
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    Oh, Larry Ho said he's most welcome on your queries about your/our GO problems with UAPP.
     
    Why not ring him a message.
     
     
    Michael 
     
  6. Blunderbuss
    I believe Android L will be adding native usb audio support, and is coming out this Fall, so you may want to save your $10 if you can be patient?
     
  7. Davy Wentzler
     
    Not every Android device will get 'L' and not every USB device will work with 'L'. And it remains to be seen which sample rates you will be able to use with it.
     
  8. deltasun

    $10 well spent for me. I'm completely satisfied with my GS4-UAPP-Dragonfly-on1/tp51 combo.
     
  9. zenpunk
    I  agree that $10 is silly value for such a fantastic app and functionality. If that's too much to pay then you are probably on the wrong forum mate. [​IMG]
     
  10. DanBa
    By the way, the Mac OS has a native USB audio feature, and there are a lot of high quality music players for the Mac OS like the US$49.99 Amarra Hifi / US$789 Amarra Symphony or the US$74 Audirvana Plus.
    http://www.sonicstudio.com/amarra/amarra_purchase_landing
    http://audirvana.com/
    http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/players/1.html
    http://www.headfonia.com/os-x-audio-players-amarra-audirvana-pure-music-fidelia-decibel-and-bitperfect/
     
  11. Theogenes
    Honestly, I'm willing to throw the guy $10 just for making something like this possible... I don't even use it that often in my current setup. It's worth it to me to encourage development in the portable audio arena in the future, and getting accomplished programmers involved is a worthwhile investment to me. I could definitely understand someone having a differing opinion, but I want to have as many Davys as possible out there working to make high-quality portable audio a feasible option. YMMV, etc. 
     
  12. DanBa
  13. feline
    Throw Android x86 on your pc and compare with  Jplay (99 Euro) 
     
  14. daniel_hokkaido
    Does this version update automatically ? I didnt see it try and update yet
     
  15. ashutoshp
    Based on my limited understanding, I'm still assuming the new version of UAPP does not yet enable any other app, i.e, Spotify or Qobuz, to directly play through USB Audio out, correct?
    Indeed, $10...no, 9.53 well spent.
     
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