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19th February 2012, 07:50 AM |#11  
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No DSP! Seriously! Texas Instruments were the first (ever) to produce a DSP and the didn't implement one in their OMAP 4 platform? I find that hard to believe.

What I most miss from the Nexus S with VoodooSound is the awesome stereo crosstalk. I don't suppose you can do something about that...
Other then that the TWL6040 is already pretty damn good IMO.

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19th February 2012, 08:19 AM |#12  
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headphone out, bluetooth and earpiece are fine, its the speaker that's lacking. my lg optimus p500 is louder, im using volume+ right now to make the speaker louder but even with the max volume boost it not even as loud as my Atrix without any mods.

I quote any word. Headphone is very low. i'm using volume+ at 15 level, but even with this dangerous level call, media audio is not even as loud as other devices.
Supercurio for me you must concentrate on headphone.
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19th February 2012, 09:11 AM |#13  
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Hope to use soon this mod.

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19th February 2012, 09:59 AM |#14  
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19th February 2012, 03:40 PM |#15  
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I quote any word. Headphone is very low. i'm using volume+ at 15 level, but even with this dangerous level call, media audio is not even as loud as other devices.
Supercurio for me you must concentrate on headphone.
Thanks for you work

i am using aokp and headphone output is very high.. listening at only 1/4 volume with my westones.
20th February 2012, 04:57 AM |#16  
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i am using aokp and headphone output is very high.. listening at only 1/4 volume with my westones.

Even 1 bar of volume is too loud with my westone
20th February 2012, 10:21 AM |#17  
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Thanks !

I never hear my ringtone in my pocket, and shakes either with my GN.
20th February 2012, 01:36 PM |#18  
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Thanks Supercurio! Especially excited about the wifi fix, that's about the only thing that's really bothering me. Glad to hear you're working on a fix! Good luck with it all...
20th February 2012, 02:02 PM |#19  
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On my Fascinate I could use DSPManager to mess with the sound effects when streaming bluetooth audio.

Will that not be possible on my GNex? If so, HUGE bummer. Im not sure if that had anything to do with Voodoo Sound on the Fasci or if DSPManager just isnt working correctly in ICS yet.

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Even 1 bar of volume is too loud with my westone

I second that!

Because of the ridiculously loud volume, I am still carrying my Cowon with me every day.
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