November 29th, 2012, 10:56 AM
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Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Device(s): Measy A5A TV Box
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Measy A5A analog audio quality issues
I purchased two Measy A5A
TV Boxes running Android 4.0 and I noticed that the analog out audio quality is extremely poor.
I hooked both players to a Hi-Fi amplifier and used various playback sources and software such as Winamp, VLC, etc. I played AAC, AAC+, mp3 audio files as well as mp4, MPEG1 and MPEG2 high quality video encodings. From both USB key and RJ45 Ethernet sources.
In all instances and in both of my Measy A5A players, analog audio playback (RCA) is muffled, distorted and low-fidelity. However, analog video quality is very good.
The purpose I purchased these Measy A5A media boxes is to hook them up to a sound system for in-house background music. If anyone was any ideas on how to fix analog audio issues, I will greatly appreciate. Is there any way to upgrade the audio codecs?