When I tried installing through terminal emulator (as su) I get:
Calling all Viper enthusiasts.... a fellow fan needs help..
V4A is one of the best mods to enter the android world, and its great to see so many new devices entering the Android platform (Car Audio units, Home Media Devices etc..) will we start to see increased compatibility in V4A in other hardware platforms other than just phones?
V4A has revolutionized audio quality, and it seem a shame that its market is narrowly targeted. Im not a developer or anything but would anyone have a any idea how difficult it would be to re-map V4A's say.. "headset" output to SPDIF or HDMI for devices that support such outputs for instance? Does anyone have Viper installed on a non-tablet or phone and managed to get it working? The driver appears to install fine, and is supported but i just cant seem to get the audio redirection to work via required hardware outputs.
Anyone overcome a similar challenge with V4A?
Thanks for any help if any..
Hey LSD, thanks for the reply!
Yes its likely that if i plugged a stereo jack inplace of the SPDIF the source would be pre-processed via V4A. However this introduces a few challenges mainly around my "A/V receiver" 1. My amplifier only supports 2.1 over digital not analog obviously - essentially making my sub inactive when listening to music. 2. Using SPDIF adds scope for DTS 5.1 which analog doesn't.
To be clear, this is not a chrome cast device, its more of an android TV Media Box, abit like these Minix & Beelink devices that are crowding the market of late... Essentially when i bought my Plasma TV 7 years back - smart TVs weren't around. So to make it smarter, i bought one of these devices so i could watch BBC IPlayer, You Tube, Internet etc.. Its great and works well.. Just wished i could get Viper to work with it
ViperFX 220.127.116.11 has been released!
Attaching it here for you guys to enjoy.
1. New UI
2. Added cross-channel ("quad channel") convolver support. This allows faithful reproduction of sound-field effects requiring such cross-channel convolution, such as simulation of speaker soundfield on headphones, or crosstalk cancellation (stereo widening) on stereo speakers.
3. Added FET compressor (new compressor / limiter simulating operation of FET circuits)
4. Support for custom settings storage path (no more looking everywhere in the phone for the settings directory!)
5. Miscellaneous bug fixes.
To let everybody make use of the cross-channel convolver functionality immediately, I'm linking to my newly created set of cross-channel impulses:
The 6 IRSes explained:
"Widefield" / "Vivid": widefield impulses offer a wider stereo field while vivid impulses offer more solid out-of-head center imaging.
44100/48000/192000Hz: choose the right IRS based on the sample rate shown in V4A's driver status while headphones are plugged into your Android and playing.
See attached picture for channel mapping of new cross channel IRSes.
"x" indicates convolution operation here, while "->" indicates a feed rather than equality (since each output channel would be composed of two feeds)
Left channel of audio input x IRS channel 1 -> Left channel of audio output
Left channel of audio input x IRS channel 2 -> Right channel of audio output
Right channel of audio input x IRS channel 3 -> Left channel of audio output
Right channel of audio input x IRS channel 4 -> Right channel of audio output
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