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  1. overtonloyd

    overtonloyd Lurker
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    I know somebody else must use the app?


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    Post #3 by ocnbrze, Sep 10, 2019 (1 points)
  3. Dannydet

    Dannydet Extreme Android User

    Not for 6.99
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  4. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    not familiar with it. if you can tell us why it is worth $6.99 for a music a player? i mean the sound is only as good as the device you are using right? does an app make it that much better?
    #3 ocnbrze, Sep 10, 2019
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  5. overtonloyd

    overtonloyd Lurker
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    Oh yeah, it's worth the $. Especially if you output to external equipment like a receiver.
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  6. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    Neutron? Yeah, I use it. It's fine, better audio quality than your typical freebie and more options, slightly ugly UI. Of course quality only matters if the rest of your kit (including the phone's DAC and amp) is up to scratch.
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  7. overtonloyd

    overtonloyd Lurker
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    I play .flac music files through my Pixel 3 using Neutron to my stereo and Jabra wireless headphones. Thinking about a USB C external DAC.
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  8. Not worthy at 6.99
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  9. Hadron

    Hadron Smoke me a kipper...
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    Now to someone a little older $6.99 is cheap: software for PDAs in the 90s cost more than that even before we allow for 20 years' inflation, and that was cheap compared to PC software. So to me this idea so many have that software should by default be free and if it costs more than a coffee it's expensive is just weird.

    (Even more so when $500 for a phone is considered cheap and some manufacturers are selling $1000 handsets which they expect you to churn after 2 years).
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Neutron Music Player

Neutron Music Player Forum


Neutron is an advanced music player with platform-independent unique 32/64-bit audio engine which produces the highest quality sound of Hi-Fi grade. Neutron can output hi-res audio directly to the internal DAC (if device supports it) and offers a rich set of digital tools (DSP) for modifying sound. It is the only application capable of sending audio to the network renderers (UPnP/DLNA, Chromecast) with all DSP effects applied including true gapless playback. Render PCM to DSD in real-time by utilizing a unique oversampling mode, if device supports DSD! Neutron is equipped with a specialized user interface with advanced options, rich set of controls and is designed specifically for audiophiles and those who are really in love with music! FEATURES
* 32/64-bit audio processing (HD audio). * OS and platform independent decoding and audio processing. * Hi-Res Audio support (Android 4.4+, up to 32-bit, 768 kHz): - devices with on-board Hi-Res Audio DACs - DAPs: iBasso DX150-DX220, Cayin i5-N5ii, Fiio X5-X7-M6-M11, HiBy R6 (+PRO) * Bit-perfect playback. * Audio formats: MP1, MP2, MP3, OGG/Vorbis, FLAC, OPUS, WMA, WMA Lossless (16-bit), AC3, AAC, M4A, M4B, M4R, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, ALAC, APE, WV, MPC, WAV, AU, AIFF, audio MPG/MPEG/AVI, iTunes/Windows Media (non DRM). * Native DSD (direct or DoP), DSD. * Multi-channel native DSD (4.0 - 5.1: ISO, DFF, DSF). * Output all to DSD. * DSD to PCM decoding. * DSD formats: DFF, DSF, ISO SACD/DVD. * Module music formats: MOD, IM, XM, S3M. * Voice audio format: SPEEX. * Playlists: CUE, M3U, PLS, ASX, RAM, XSPF, WPL. * Lyrics (.LRC files, metadata). * Streaming audio (plays Internet radio streams, Icecast, Shoutcast). * Supports large media libraries. * Network music sources: - SMB/CIFS network device (NAS or PC, Samba shares); - UPnP/DLNA media server; - FTP server; - WebDAV server. * Output to Chromecast (up to 24-bit, 192 kHz, no limit for a format or DSP effects). * Output to UPnP/DLNA Media Renderer (up to 24-bit, 768 kHz, no limit for a format or DSP effects). * Direct output to USB DAC (via USB OTG adapter, up to 32-bit, 768 kHz). * 32-bit output on Android 5+ (IEEE 754, optional). * UPnP/DLNA Media Renderer server (gapless, DSP effects). * Device local music library management via internal FTP server. * DSP effects: - Parametric Equalizer (4-60 band, fully configurable: type, frequency, Q, gain); - Graphic EQ mode with 21 common presets; - Surround Sound (Ambiophonic R.A.C.E.); - Crossfeed (better stereo sound perception in headphones); - Compressor / Limiter (compression of dynamic range); - Time Delay (loudspeaker time alignment); - Dithering (minimize quantization); - Pitch, Tempo (playback speed and pitch correction); - Phase Inversion (channel polarity change). * Speaker overload protecting filters: Subsonic, Ultrasonic. * Normalization by Peak, RMS (Preamp gain calculation after DSP effects). * Replay Gain from metadata. * Gapless playback (sample accurate). * Hardware and Preamp volume controls. * Crossfade. * High quality real-time optional resampling (Quality and Audiophile modes). * Real-time Spectrum and RMS analyzers. * Balance (L/R). * Mono mode. * Playback modes: Shuffle, Loop, Single Track, Sequential, Queue. * Playlist management. * Media library grouping by: album, artist, composer, genre, year, rating, folder. * Artist grouping by 'Album Artist' category. * Folder mode. * Clock mode. * Timers: sleep, wake. * Android Auto. * Interface languages: Русский, 中文 (繁体), 中文 (简体), 한국어, 日本語, Việt, ไทย, Deutsch, Italiano, Indonesian, Malay, Nederlands, Français, English, Español, ελληνικά, Português, Magyar, Polski, العربية, Türk. NOTE
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Please report bugs directly by e-mail or via forum. Forum: http://neutronmp.com/forum Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/neutroncode

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