Try the DSP EQ Setting along with BeatsTips


Last Updated: 2011-12-21 00:29:10
  1. hjoneshjones

    hjoneshjones Well-Known Member


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  2. trophynuts

    trophynuts Well-Known Member

    a lot of custom roms that i used on my DroidX had dsp manager in it. I liked it better than Beats as well.
  3. lowlyworm

    lowlyworm Well-Known Member

    Do you need to be rooted to use DSP Manager? Does it work on other phones?
  4. hjoneshjones

    hjoneshjones Well-Known Member

    No root needed
  5. zazan

    zazan Well-Known Member

    Wow, it does add to the quality. Thanks that was easy.
  6. nynvolt

    nynvolt Well-Known Member

    Do you need to download onto a computer then put it on the phone? Tried to dl on the phone and can't open it. Sorry, I'm a bit of a noob.
  7. cannadroid6203

    cannadroid6203 Active Member

    I love it. The sound quality is greatly improved. I've noticed it softens the bass just a bit over the mids and highs, which is nice since with beats alone the bass line in some songs could be a little overbearing...

    I did notice someone saying on the xda pages not to mix EQ's. Anyone know why this is? Am I risking damage to the earbuds?

    EDIT:

    Found these settings on the 3rd page (post #24) and I like them much better. Give them a shot. I may lower the treble a bit, but that's probably all I'd do. See attached screen shots...




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  8. BlueSnake01

    BlueSnake01 Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info but I prefer PowerAMP, has its own EQ settings and its a sweet player. Beats with PowerAMP = HEAVEN for my EARS!! You can also save the EQ settings, make your own for Rap, Rock, etc for those who haven't tried it.
  9. nynvolt

    nynvolt Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info on this, I messed around and got a nicer (to my ears) more even sound thats not so bottom end oriented.

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