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Best Audio Configuration : ROM+Kernel

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16th February 2014, 02:03 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys

Thinking about giving the Note 2 a chance since it has Wolfson.

Sound means a lot for me, i still have my old Nexus S with Voodoo Sound just because i love the sound out of it.

I would like to know which is for you guys the best combination for audio purposes, meaning ROM and Kernel, also which player u use and how happy u are with the sound, how u describe it, which are the strongest points, what are u missing...just your general opinion about it.
18th February 2014, 10:20 AM   |  #2  
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Depends what you like. personally I'm on Perseus kernel, which lets you change gain of volume and freqs but it doesn't color the sound, beats, xperia etc mod are not for me. ROM wise, It doesn't matter.

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18th February 2014, 12:56 PM   |  #3  
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Depends what you like. personally I'm on Perseus kernel, which lets you change gain of volume and freqs but it doesn't color the sound, beats, xperia etc mod are not for me. ROM wise, It doesn't matter.

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I have and old Nexus S, with CM11 and DSP Manager, i have direct access to the DAC, which is what Boeffla Sound does for the Note 2 as far as i know.

That would do it for me, pure Wolfson experience, then find the best audio settings and ready to go.
18th February 2014, 01:45 PM   |  #4  
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Custom rom, agni kernel (with boeffla sound) + viper sound mod + neutron player
for me the best combination ever
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26th February 2014, 09:36 AM   |  #5  
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Yeah. You are right.

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27th February 2014, 11:55 AM   |  #6  
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I Personally would use Jet Audio as has alot of Audio tweaks which are awesome, I have used Different kernels and they do a great job especially with Eargasm turned on, as for VIPER or similar they are great but i found that they muffle the sound and reduce volume so i actually prefer it without and use Jet audio to edit my audio as for ROM well it depends on what you like and what Android version you want maybe try Sungsonic or Sensonic I personally use JellyKat with JetAudio and sounds great for me
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I had the original Galaxy S, and also used the voodoo tweaks. The Note II sounds broadly very similar to my ears, it really is very good. No chance of driving my HD650s without an amp or anything, but the quality is great.

I'm still on an old ROM - Omega v18 with Perseus kernel. Easy to tweak the volume levels and access the HW equaliser for adding a notch of bass for the stock earbuds.

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