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Old May 23rd, 2011, 10:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, This is my first post here. I love my Droid and use it way more than I imagined I would when I got it. I have discovered Pandora and listen to it a lot. I have a hearing problem though in one ear and have not been able to find any music player apps that let me adjust the left/right balance. Does anyone know of any apps (free preferably or at least cheap) that has the ability to play the music in my phone as well as Pandora that lets you adjust the left/right balance? If this posting is in the wrong place, I'd also appreciate redirection... Thanks

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Old May 23rd, 2011, 10:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Hi, This is my first post here.
Actually, this is your second, and you dont need two threads for the same question:

http://androidforums.com/android-lounge/341103-music-player-left-right-balance-control.html#post2721431

Have you tried mixzing or poweramp?
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Sorry about the double listing.. chuckle... not experienced with these forums... wasn't sure I did it right the first time... now I see I can 'see' my postings... No I have not tried either of those that you've suggested, I'll go and check them out. Thanks for your help
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Neither of those suggestions has l/r balance that I could discover... lol

Yeah... and I'm not particularly savvy about this stuff and I don't know what the heck I should be looking for.... I just know that what I need seems to be kind of basic 101 stuff in the world of audio.... geeez, l/r balance??? how much simpler could it be?? yet none of the players, etc that I've stumbled through have it..... I must be missing something very very simple
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this would be nice to have, I also am looking for something that can adjust the left/right balance on the headphone/speaker out for my DroidX (GB+Root)

any developers out there that would like to chime in and let us know if this is even possible would be great!
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no replies??? is it not possible with android??? or does any one know???
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it is now 2013, are there any new software that can control the left/right headphone output's balance?
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it is now 2013, are there any new software that can control the left/right headphone output's balance?
Rockbox for Android definitely has a balance control.
AndroidPort < Main < Wiki
However the Android port is beta, and is not totally reliable yet. I use Rockbox on an 80GB iPod 5th gen, and have done so for a few years now.

Back in the day just about all stereo systems had a balance control.

Maybe phone-makers and devs all have perfect hearing, and just assume that everyone else has as well?
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search this and try on playstore, may be this willl help.
com.evonit.mymusiconhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.evonit.mymusicon&hl=en&referrer=utm _source=google&utm_medium=organic&utm_term=com.evo nit.mymusicon
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