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Default HTC desire sound quality

Hey guys, I don't know whether ur scared of the topic but no one has found ways to better the sound quality of the phone . Everyone is able to port stuff and create roms but never anything about sound improvement like porting dolby from other android mobile.

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when is say sound quality, i mean music quality through earphones. i got a pair of sennheisers cx400
 
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Mine plays very good. Comparable to iriver T60.

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I'm using Sennheiser CX 300 II and the quality is fine. Better then my creative zen.

Audio from the speaker is dreadful.
 
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I'm using Sennheiser CX 300 II and the quality is fine. Better then my creative zen.

Audio from the speaker is dreadful.
Ditto....listening to them as I type....there is a slight hiss when sound goes quite...but still nice enough sound.
But I would like to experience better quality if its possible.

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Why are there 2 of the same threads going on? Mods, remove the one in Dev section...

My 2p regarding headphones, mine is fine with Sennheiser HD25 Mk2s
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whats this dsp manager thing about
 
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The Desire sound quality is fine, its your earphones that are the problem.
I made the mistake of buying some cx400s after owning some cx300s that broke. The cx400s were more expensive and thought the sound would be better but they sounded flat compared to the cx300.

Now I use some £80 kipsch earphones and the difference between the cheap sennheisers is amazing. So I suggest buying a decent pair of earphones ie £60+ to hear what the Desire can do.
 
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paulruk> earphones sounding flat (=linear) does not mean they are bad at all. All monitoring speakers and stage earphones have flat output. Use a software DSP before the output (for instance DSPManager) if you want louder low's and high's. Flat output is usually best when you want to get all the mediums in classical music.

I've got westone UM2, linear output, DSP Manager does wonders on house / rock music.
 
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what is dsp manager. any pics. pls. anything would be helpful. is it anything like equalisers on mixzing or astro player.

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