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Is it possible to improve the sound quality of the speakers?

10th May 2014, 01:17 AM |#1  
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Hello, I am quite happy with my Note PRO 12.2 so far. The main problem is the sound quality. Is there a way to improve the quality perhaps through software?

Why Samsung does not move the speakers of their tablets to the front like the ones on the MacBook Pro Retina Display?
 
 
10th May 2014, 03:01 PM |#2  
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Hello, I am quite happy with my Note PRO 12.2 so far. The main problem is the sound quality. Is there a way to improve the quality perhaps through software?

Why Samsung does not move the speakers of their tablets to the front like the ones on the MacBook Pro Retina Display?


I installed ViPER 4Android. Very happy with the results. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191223
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It seems that it requires one to root the device. Is there a solution without rooting?
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Have you tried using the equalizer?
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Have you tried using the equalizer?

Is it a software or hardware?
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The thing I hate about most equalizers on Android is that once enabled maximum volume is decreased although the shape of the sound does change. Sometimes I just want more volume. .. for that a custom kernel and dsp manager are needed.

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Is it a software or hardware?


Software. I believe the stock one is MusicFX, and most serious music players have their own. Personally I use N7player.




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The thing I hate about most equalizers on Android is that once enabled maximum volume is decreased although the shape of the sound does change. Sometimes I just want more volume. .. for that a custom kernel and dsp manager are needed.
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Firstly, disable Adapt Sound in the application manager. It evens out the volume of all audio.

I've also disabled musicFX.

Some music app equalizers have a pre Amp increaser which boosts or decreases the volume to a level of your choice. Screenshot included.



That's N7 player, by the way. It has one of the more extensive equalisers I've come across. (those are the settings on my Note 3 but that's beside the point).





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