PlayerPro DSP pack
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Rating: 4.4 (12,333) Cost: Free Downloads: 1,000,000 - 5,000,000
PlayerPro DSP pack is a free digital sound processing plugin for PlayerPro. PlayerPro is an advanced music player for Android devices (2.0 ).
Android versions prior to 2.3 (Eclair, Froyo) don't have any built-in support for audio effects. The DSPPack bridges the gap for such phones.
For 2.3 and later devices, PlayerPro uses by default the built-in Android audio effects. Nevertheless, you may still want to try out the DSP pack for the following reasons:
- The DSP pack offers a 10 band equalizer whereas the Android native audio effects only offer a 5 band equalizer.
- The DSP pack supports gapless playback and crossfade.
- You might find the quality of the audio better than the native Android one.
- The performance of the decoding might be superior to the Android one for some or all music formats.
- The DSP pack might be able to playback some files that the Android native pack fails to read.
* From PlayerPro, go to Settings > Audio > Download DSP pack.
* Once installed, activate the audio pack via Settings > Audio > Activate DSP pack option.
* Restart PlayerPro for the changes to take effect.
* The equalizer settings are available via the option menu and on the default player screen.
* Adjust the audio buffer if you experience playback skipping (old/less powerful devices): Settings > Audio > Audio buffer. Larger buffers should reduce skipping.
PlayerPro relies on the Android media scanner and media store for playback. This means that it will only play music files that are natively supported by your phone, even if it supports a wider range of media codecs (ogg, flac, wavpack etc). Support for custom media files will be added in a future release.
DSP PACK FEATURES:
* Supports all common formats: mp3, mp4, m4a, wma, ogg, wav, aac, flac, wavpack.
* Gapless playback
* Adjustable Auto crossfade
* Adjustable Manual crossfade
* 10 band graphic equalizer with 15 default presets
* Customizable presets: create, edit, rename, delete ...
* Preamp control
* Bass boost control
* Virtualizer control (as option for phones running >2.3 versions)
* Volume control
* Other various tuning parameters
Supports armv6 and armv7 (NEON) devices. Optimized for NEON devices.
Carlos - 1969-12-31
Have been using average ipod headphones for a long time now. Tried this dsp pack out on the new headphone preset. Amazed at how well it tuned in.
Chris - 1969-12-31
Best EQ of any Android media player Ive used (many!) Enhances the sound on even my crappiest pair of headphones. If you use EQs you'll love it.
Mark - 1969-12-31
Great program/layout. I agree it does lower volume and when I try and adjust eq controls to raise it the music gets distorted. I have a tablet with SRS, but this program removed the 'virtual surround' setting. Also made my phone skip even with the buffer up. Removed from both and no skipping and volume back. 5 band eq, but can live with it. Larger EQ's always affect volume so not the program, just seems it would be better for home sound systems.
Soham Dutta - 1969-12-31
wrks grt, bt cnsumes lot of CPU & power. reqst to developr to integrate it into main player as i have froyo and i need d equilizr feature of Playerpro
dan - 1969-12-31
It will help to match your phone to every headphone money can buy, so you get the best out of them. Htc sensation with this= XE version, much cheaper.
Arun - 1969-12-31
The SRS feature significantly boosts the bass AND treble and creates a perfect balance, I couldn't believe it!
Tino - 1969-12-31
lovely jubbly add-on for the the best music player on the market, player pro is now perfect. Even saves to SD.
Ben - 1969-12-31
I am getting a very annoying high pitched tone (around 17 khz) with the playback of 22 khz files
Brayn - 1969-12-31
Great to have a 10 band EQ on such an awesome player but I dont get the same volume boost as I do without the DSP.Would give 5star if vol lvl remained
gbeezy09 - 1969-12-31
Go to your settings > Audio and disable your DSP pack. It will restart the player then go re-enable and restart the player. The DSP should work now!
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