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Best Viper4Android Speakerphone setting for ASOP CM11 on HTC ONE M8

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Default Best Viper4Android Speakerphone setting for ASOP CM11 on HTC ONE M8

Hello Everyone I wanted to share My V4A settings for CM11. I know some of you don't like the current sound of the speakers when playing audio thought them.

1.) Install High Quilty Audio
2.) under UI Settings Select "Moderate"
3.) Enable FireQualizer
4.) Select Preset "Bass Reducer"
5.) Scroll Down and enable eXtra-Loud
6.) Select Effect Strength "Moderate"
7.) In Master GATE (Limiter) put Output Gain @ "-4.4 dB"

Try them out and Tell me what you think. If you like it hit the thanks button.


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This is the same setup I use for the speaker
 
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This worked great. Thanks for the tip 👍
 
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This worked great. Thanks for the tip 👍
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does choosing 'high quality' affects the battery?

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does choosing 'high quality' affects the battery?
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