And yes, it would be nice to have a manual. But for that we'd need somebody to write or at least prepare and redact one.
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I have the same problem, the program scans all folders and adds unwanted files (like video files) from other folders even if I clearly select my "Music" folder it will scan the entire external memory in my cellphone. Neutron has a list of sources which it scans. You'll have to edit them so that Neu...
You'll have to add a source : viewtopic.php?f=3&t=5644&p=13453&hilit=sources#p13453
So for a phone which already supports hi-res via USB, when "Follow Source Frequency", I should get signal without resampling, right? (My phone is Huawei P20 Pro) As I understand it if you have enabled direct USB access and the external USB DAC supports the sampling rate that the music is encoded wi...
- Fri Dec 06, 2019 5:19 pm
- Forum: Support
- Topic: Chinese characters showing up in tag
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No, you cannot edit the tags in Neutron. Tags aren't precisely defined, there are a lot of differnt types of tags, for examples see http://id3.org/History , and even multiple types of tags specifying the same contents are possible. I guess that in your case the track name is available at least twice...
So, is anybody here in the forum equipped with such gear and would check whether any high-resolution-output is available on any android device at all ? One successful test would falsify Bjrmd's allegation. @Bjrmd : do you agree ?
Unless one uses the custom USB driver, the Android audioflinger and mixer will resample 44.1 to 48k. No matter what neutron indicates, you will get resampling. Can you prove that ? You had tested it with Note 10 and Pixel 3 and USB DAC, but how do you know that this is generally so ? And how would ...
Uncheck Settings > Audio Hardware > Hardware Gain as indicated in screenshots above, then the volume slider on the eq screen will switch from hardware gain to pos-eq gain.