Originally Posted by AvRS
I personally believe Supercurio's results which proved it did nothing as the libs are useless without the hardware to make use of them. DSP Manager does the same thing and the modified version for beats audio just looks like a DSP profile but that's just me.
Hmmmm I believe hardware does play a role, but there are certain settings that can be ported over to improve some sound quality. Not to burst any bubbles/treading on sensitive grounds here... but Supercurio is also the guy behind Voodoo louder - which is a paid app. When money is involved, people will often do what they can to make others things look bad so theirs looks better.
It would be better if an independent company (with nothing to gain from this) were to do tests and give results
(not someone who has a vested interest).
*That being said, I think it's just equalizer settings that are boosted somehow to give a better sound - but if it works better than default dsp manager, why not.
**forgot to add - I think if you're into music, you're better off with a good paid music app anyways (I am using PlayerPro) and it's definitely better than stock, apollo, etc... plus has it's own DSP manager.
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