Which Android Music player do you use?
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Nothing wrong with UAPP in my opinion, unless you dislike the UI? Worked fine with my xDSD.
Yes I can appreciate that, however it wasn't quite the question. I'm asking if anyone knows of any alternatives to UAPP, anything similar. Thanks
 
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HibyMusic for local file playback
 
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But noTidal support/playback right?
When I'm at home I use ROON sometimes from my phone, otherwise when mobile I just use the Tidal App. Wish I had Roon, but that's another thing :)
 
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When I'm at home I use ROON sometimes from my phone, otherwise when mobile I just use the Tidal App. Wish I had Roon, but that's another thing :)
True MQA files are AMAZING. I'm hooked on them. The clarity is the best, to me.
I realize this is all very subjective. It's just that Tidal app has those MQA tracks. UAPP bypasses the Android ecosystem and then USB OTG goes straight to my iFI xDSD DAC. That's my story. :nerd:
 
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Will anyone with a late model iPad please tell me what adapter I need from Apple for bypass to xDSD? I think the camera connection kit usb3.0 is one way. It has an additional lightning connector output to add power to the iPad?
This one: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MK0W2AM/A/lightning-to-usb-3-camera-adapter


Or is it just a more simple Apple to USB adapter like this: https://www.apple.com/shop/product/MD821AM/A/lightning-to-usb-camera-adapter

Thank you to anyone, everyone for your guidance. :smile_phones:
I need help! :warning:
 
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