Is there any free music player apps that have an equalizer?Support


  1. geminiguy

    geminiguy Member

    Been trying to find a free music player app that has an equalizer. The only one I can find is poweramp but it's only a limited time free trial. Any help would be appreciated.

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  2. syav

    syav Well-Known Member

    Try MixZing Media Player. Or type in "graphic equalizer" on your Marкеt's search bar for a list of apps with music equalizer.
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  3. v man

    v man Member

    just put cm7 on your phone and you can have an all around equalizer for all your music (even Pandora).
  4. cdunkle584

    cdunkle584 Well-Known Member

    DSPManager provides a pretty good equalization system, and works with whatever you are using.
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  5. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    I feel your pain. I bought PowerAmp back in February because of that. A few weeks later DSP manager showed up! Just remember, DSP manager needs 2.3 or better.
  6. fightingirish

    fightingirish Well-Known Member

    I've noticed that many of the standalone EQ apps require 2.3 or higher.
  7. tcat007

    tcat007 Well-Known Member

    Thanks for this, just tried on my Galaxy Player 5.0 and works great!

  8. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Yes, the audio sub system was one of the biggest changes with Gingerbread. Android didn't have much in the way of low latency sound drivers yet, so heavy audio processing wasn't very practical. I don't know of ANY free EQ's that work with 2.2 or older.
  9. T_800

    T_800 Active Member

    It is true that most of the stand alone equalizers work only with android 2.3.

    I am using TTPod Music Player v2.8.1, which works on 2.2. This comes with Equalizer and is free. There are other players like MixZing, Cloudskipper, DeaDBeeF Player etc. They are all free. But not sure whether Cloudskipper's eq will work in 2.2.
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  10. fightingirish

    fightingirish Well-Known Member

    Do you know if the TTPod player supports Ogg Vorbis? Tough to read their site, as I don't know Chinese.
  11. T_800

    T_800 Active Member

    Sorry, no idea. I just play MP3. Not sure what Ogg Vorbis means.
  12. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Much like there are different formats for video (avi,mpg,mov, etc) ogg vorbis is another audio format. It's open source as opposed to the MP3, which is proprietary.
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  13. UnixPimp

    UnixPimp Well-Known Member

    the files typically have .ogg as the file extension.
  14. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    True, but you can't use the EQ without paying for it.
  15. fightingirish

    fightingirish Well-Known Member

  16. brotherswing

    brotherswing Well-Known Member

    Looks good, but two caveats. First, it's a beta of a paid app. Betas don't bother me (I'll play with alpha builds) but it kind of sounds like you would have to pay for it once it launches.
    Second, the equalizer is only five band. I'm a little spoiled by PowerAmp, which I paid for.

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