Bass Booster?


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  1. Storm613

    Storm613 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there an EQ or something for the stock music player? I like my music with alot more bass, and it seems odd that there isn't an EQ...
     

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  2. bluenova

    bluenova OK Computer VIP Member

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    Not with Stock. I think 'Mixzing' is the only music app with an EQ.
     
  3. Storm613

    Storm613 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ah well. I usually only listen to the music on my phone in my car anyway. And I have subs in there ;)
     
  4. shocka416

    shocka416 New Member

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    Yeah I have subs in my car and I can't find anything that plays songs consistently with the quality/bass that my iPod did. I'd like to switch completely over and not even carry my iPod but I can't because I can't seem to get my LG Revolution (or any other android phone) to have consistent and acceptable bass output. I've tried MaxZing and using the EQ on there to boost lower frequencies but its so inconsistent (some songs pound ALMOST as good as my iPod but most have the same bass as with the default music player). It seems like the frequency range that the phones have just doesn't go low enough for a lot of beats in songs.
     
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    powerAMP
     
  6. dachillfx

    dachillfx Well-Known Member

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    Neutron music player is now in the Market. So powerful it will blow your subs, if you are not careful. Thank me later
     
  7. jerofld

    jerofld Fixing stuff is not easy VIP Member

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    There's an app called "Equalizer" that works for all music apps, including stock, Pandora, and GMusic.
     

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