It works great. I use Rocket to listen to my music collection and this app allows me to take advantage of the awesome DAC and built in amplifier. To get the most out of your DAC you should get a pair of headphones with an impededence above 50 ohms. This will ensure you are utilizing the full potential of the DAC with a wider dynamic range. I just purchased Sony MDR-7506 headphones eith an ohms rating of 63 to see if this was true and am blown away by the sound.
This app solves the problem: Some say the HiFi DAC does not work together with all media apps, for the case of the European model variant H960, but it does. It is amazing that LG has not corrected this feature. It should clearly be a manual setting to define hifi or not, not some obscure automatic feature that sometimes work, sometimes not. And since the natal mediaplayer is granted a dramatically higher max volume level, unless this app is used, LG is actually violating EU regulations with regards to "auditory protection mechanisms". Why? Because, switching from e.g. Tidal to the native media player, your ears burns off unless you remember to turn down the volume before changing. This is a normal thing to do, hence the solution is idiotic . I am using Focal Elear and these headphones have now found their soul-twin. What a sound! On the move, the Huawei noise reduction earplugs are used, but these plugs are not (yet) working unless an "aux" 3.5 mm adapter is used in between to "fool" the LG "Headphone detection algorhitm. I anticipate it is possible to have this work too, and will investigate. Finally: Battery usage (with screen off) is non-alarming after upgr to Android 6.0.
Crapware Tried again, still garbage...Did nothing for me! Install it, Enabled ( default) it within the DAC Fix App . Then when to Sound & notifications > Advanced Setting > And 32 bit HiFi DAC is still grayed out. Oh well, that is my luck! Oh I even rebooted the V10 ( verzion) to be safe. Nada...still grayed out..
Works nice in "most" apps. YouTube and Pandora are two that this won't work on with my device, but I feel that it's the fault of those applications. Pandora never uses a phone's mixer anyway. Got issues with this being kicked by the automatic volume control too, where PowerAmp will start to misbehave because the phone is doing it's thing. Once again, not DAC Fix's issue. However a suggestion to this app: allow it to disable the volume limiter.
Battery killer This kills my battery at the same rate of quick charge. Looking at the graph under settings. This thing drops percents by the second. Or so it feels. So I only turn it on when needed. Having a widget to turn it on and off as needed would be awesome.
Awesome! This app is just awesome and YES it works 100%! A great use for it is on power amp, with bass all the way up, the normal dac gives my m50x a bit of rumble, but man turn on the dac and it gives it more than enough power to really give the headphones ability to make some head shaking bass! I love this app!
- Fixed a small bug preventing the service from starting sometimes after boot.
- Tweaked a few things.
This application is a Bluetooth remote control integrated launcher application.
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This application is compatible only with LG Smart TV which are released in 2011.