On v6 I'm trying to use DSP Manager from kitchen.
It seems to work verry strangely, very often it sounds like disabled, and to reenable it I've to open it and go to the relevant device and toggle equalizer activation.
Is there something I could do to have those settings permanent ?
quest is to have good (not audiophile-like) sound in car, over bluetooth.
To me, this means audible voice instructions in Navigator WHILE listening to music.
My new car stereo sounds like it was designed to have a subwoofer plugged in, so I've to enforce bass to have decent sound (true for both radio and mp3s).
Now, Loquendo voice is quite muffled, only partially cause of low bitrate.
The solution I came up with is to use a system-wide equalizer to further remove low frequencies and enforce mid-high, so to make Loquendo TTS more clear and crisp. This would be DSP Manager.
Then, to use PowerAmp equalizer to compensate DSP Manager settings, for music only.
This requires insane amounts of micro adjustments. Hopefully I find the good-enough setting. Unfortunately, when (very often) DSP manager fails to work, car speakers nearly explode, with me risking death by a wall :)
And thank you for all the S-ON annoyances, the proprietary s**t and everything else locking us to your bloated Sense.
Nice product design, on your One X. Oh, well.