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XPERIA SP and a soundcard !

15th June 2014, 01:17 AM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

I've just tried and I can confirm that it's possible to connect an ASUS Xonar U3 USB sound card to XPERIA SP.
It's working perfectly, just plug & play (... the music). No apps, no drivers.
The best part is that it requires no external power, nothing. It's powered just from the phone. And beacuse it's quite small, I can take it everywhere with me
The card has its own headphone amplifier so the volume level is really high.

I don't have any other USB soundcard to test, but this one tested and ROCKS !
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16th June 2014, 09:42 AM   |  #2  
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Or unlock your bootloader, install a custom rom, followed by a kernel that supports Fauxound and you get awesome LOUD noise aswell.

That in combination with Viper4Android with beats audio convolver... Nothing that can beat that.
19th June 2014, 08:25 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by Gamm86

Or unlock your bootloader, install a custom rom, followed by a kernel that supports Fauxound and you get awesome LOUD noise aswell.

That in combination with Viper4Android with beats audio convolver... Nothing that can beat that.

The problem with faux sound is that it will saturate. If you use a dedicated soundcard the sound will be much clearer.

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Originally Posted by Gamm86

Or unlock your bootloader, install a custom rom, followed by a kernel that supports Fauxound and you get awesome LOUD noise aswell.

That in combination with Viper4Android with beats audio convolver... Nothing that can beat that.

It's not about loudness, it's just that external soundcard sounds great and SONY audio processing (Clear Audio+) is working great with it !
And I don't need to mess with ROMs, bootloaders etc. Just connect the card and that's it !
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