DSP app in CM6-RC3

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    Junior Member Beer Goggles's Avatar
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    DSP app in CM6-RC3

    Does anyone know how the DSP application in CM6-RC3 works?

    Is it hardware or software based?
    Does it have a significant effect on battery life?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer Goggles View Post
    Does anyone know how the DSP application in CM6-RC3 works?

    Is it hardware or software based?
    Does it have a significant effect on battery life?
    It is an equalizer for music...probably software based and not sure about the effect on battery life.. i am still playing with the settings
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    It sucks, and I don't see any significant difference. You need pencil thin fingers just to use it. They need to go back to the sliders.
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    My N1 sounds great with this app especially on Bluetooth and earphones. Just tap where you want to advance to rather than longpressing the cursor thingamajig.
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    Sorry cbroberts2010,

    I have used and played with it and just can't here any real difference. Maybe my aging ears.

    My best move was NoAudioBoost kernal from wildmonk. Helped with speakerphone distortion and still gives good volume.
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    Did you enable it?

    It works fine, just wondering about how it's implemented and it's impact on battery.

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    to those who have played with it and like their results. could you please post your settings?
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