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HTC Sense "Audio Booster" on WinMo - any Android equivalent of this app?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by JWhipple, May 27, 2010.

  1. JWhipple

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    I just came back to a Nexus One after a rather stupid choice of going over to an HD2. One of the things I REALLY liked about the HD2 though was the "Audio Booster" app that they included. It's basically an equalizer that is not locked down to one particular application, but rather, it impacts all audio being played.

    I've looked in the market and I can't find anything that appears to anything similar. I'd be willing to pay for it, but simply put - I can't find anything that would fit the bill!

    Does anyone have any suggestions for an app that would accomplish what the HTC Audio Booster did on Windows Mobile?

    Thanks!
     

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  2. jbass350z

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    I am in the same boat. All the media apps sound really flat on Android. I wanted to replace my zune but unless someone comes out with a good equalizer I don't see that happening. Music streaming through my car stereo sounds awful when compared to my TP2 or zune.

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    Anyone?

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    did you ever get an answer to this?

     
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    I have the same question - did you ever get an answer? thanks
     
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    I havent seen anything like that so far. That's one of two things I REALLY miss coming from a windows phone.
     
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    What's the other thing??
     
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    Count me in as hopeful for an audio EQ app!
     
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    If you just need EQ settings for playing music, try PowerAmp. It's a great music player currently in Beta (soon to be $4.99 I think). The EQ settings actually make the music coming out of my D1's speaker sound much better.
     
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    dufus i think your missing the point of having an eq all the time for (ie: pandora or slacker radio) not just for the songs on your sd card.
     
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