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Thumbs down It's flat!

yes...I'm speaking about the quality of sound while listening an mp3 through the headphones. The sound is really flat without basses or medium frequencies. Even using a better quality headphones the result is always the same: very poor audio quality. It sucks! ...and did you notice that every time you tap on the screen the click that it produces is preceded by a "zack" as happens when an ampli is badly turned on. Listen it carefully and compare with another pda (mine was the artemis).

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Hi,
I am using a B&O stereo headset and installed PocketMusic and it sounds great
 
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I am using a B&O stereo headset and installed PocketMusic and it sounds great
The same here but I'm using Ethymotic Isolator stereo headset and fit4cat utility to hack A2DP reg.
 
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Default re: flat sound

I have quite a few earphones & their sounds all vary when using it on the D810. If you like a bit of bass & good mid-range
I recommend the Creative CP630. I suspect Seinnheisers CX300 would be the same.
I too found adjusting a2dp with Fit4cat made a difference in sound quality.
I bought the Sony MDR-EX90 recently that sound fantastic on my home stereo, but sounded very flat on the D810.
@ Ipnotik : worth trying out a different pair of earphones. Dopods may not be the best mp3 players, but hopefully you get to find a good headphone combo which sounds bearable.
Oh & try Mortplayer as it has an equalizer .
 
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You have two choices (I have tested both):
pocket player + ipaqaudio.exe
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TCPMP equalizer or gsplayer
 
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You have two choices (I have tested both):
pocket player + ipaqaudio.exe
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TCPMP equalizer or gsplayer
What's ipaqaudio.exe? Where to find it? What's for? Does it work on P3600?
 
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Ipaqaudio can be found on this forum just make a search
It is an equalizer hardware change originally made for ipaq but it works on my P3600 and the only thing a noticed is that it sometime reset when I change sound.But exceps that It works fine!
It is great to have a hardware equalizer
 
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Ipaqaudio can be found on this forum just make a search
It is an equalizer hardware change originally made for ipaq but it works on my P3600 and the only thing a noticed is that it sometime reset when I change sound.But exceps that It works fine!
It is great to have a hardware equalizer
Thanks, I found it...but it seems that to have it working you must have wired headset connected...did you try it with BT headset?
 
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I use an htc tytn usb to jack converter bought in france (mobidistrib)
You can find the trinity one (it is the same) on expansys.

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