Simply install the transmitter app on your windows laptop that has WiFi. Then connect your TV's headphone jack, or any other device with a headphone jack to the microphone jack of your laptop. Then start this app on your smartphone and listen to the audio coming out of TV or your audio device. The delay of the audio relative to video is minimal and negligible. One of the main advantages of this app, is its simplicity. It is just a plug and play app. You do not need to find the server IP address, or change an audio buffer size. Everything is done automatically and in a smart way. If you have any questions or comments we would love to hear from you.
Listen to music, internet streams and more with your bluetooth mono headphones!
Tested with: Nokia BH-213 + Sennheiser VMX 100
Before buying: Please try the free "Bluetooth Audio Widget TRIAL" (for compability with your mobile) , which is also available in the market.
Custom audio signal processing (exclusive to HeadP) to provide a perception of “where the sound is coming from” when listening with headphones (2-D audio). This perception seems most convincing with the sound placed to one side, or behind you. You can move around and alter a virtual ‘room’ to get the best effect.
Why would you want the sound behind you? I think if you are working at something else, having the sound literally “in the background” is actually quite nice.
HeadP no longer uses audio effects provided by android libraries, except that the stock equalizer is still provided – replacing that, with distinctive color for the echoes, is a job for the future.
HeadP no longer provides any “reverb”, but provides stereo echoes from all walls instead. “reverb” has been discarded because it weakens the perception of “where the sound is coming from”.
To achieve directional perception, HeadP uses a simplified, adjustable, custom model of the acoustic effect of your head.
You can accurately mark sections and skip to these at any time. Excellent for a singer wanting to listen carefully to particular parts.
Re- catalogue items that the Media Scanner cannot handle, singly, or quicker in a related batch.
Search for music and listen to streaming audio on the internet. Play icecasts, SHOUTcasts , and playlist formats .xspf, .m3u, pls, and audio-only .m3u8 (Android 4.1), with the same audio effects and player controls used for your local media.
Permission for “full internet access” is requested solely to allow the audio stream.
Known faults in this version :
Some settings may cause the audio to exceed the available dynamic range and produce harsh noise. To avoid this, reverse your adjustment or click the ” reset” option provided in several menus.
After installing the app you will need to start the app for the detection to be started and to set your volume preferences. The app can also be temporarily disabled in the settings. There is also an option to run a regular check of the volumes to ensure that the volumes are reset to the desired volumes if changed temporarily.
Due to difficulties in Android for users to get the volume setting bar all the way across, both the full bar and the position before will give you full volume.
The Philips Headset app runs in the background with almost no CPU loading and preset with pre-defined button controls already. Users can also customize the button with the following selections:
To select a suitable sound profile it’s effortlessly simple. Under ‘Headset’ sound will auto adjust to fit with your selected Philips headset model. If one prefers to customize their sound profile, choose the manual option under ‘Sound’ to tune and personalize your sound preference for an individual sound experience.
Why MySound doesn’t work properly with my phones?
- The app doesn't work with the default player of some Samsung phones. We suggest you try to use music player like Mixzing, PowerAMP, Winamp, DoubleTwist, Songbird etc.
- If the app still doesn’t work with your phone even you used the suggested music player, it is probably due to the music player setting. Please go to setting and activate the in-control option.
- If the app still doesn’t work with your phone even you used the suggested music player, it is probably due to the music player setting. Please set up the song playlist and use it with my MySound.
Phones that don't work with the app:
- The app doesn't work with HTC Beats as it has its own Beats sound system and overrides external equalizer control.
- The app doesn't work with phones from Sony Ericsson and older Samsung phones with Android platform and it is due to different 3,5mm pin configuration they are using. This requires extra connector to be compatible with. Please go to our customer support for help if needed.
If the Android headset app is topped by the system’s setting menu or a powerful app killer, you will only need to re launch the app again. Just plugging the headset will not initiate the app as it is the first time.
1) In Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the long press command are reserved by the Google Now (personal assistant). It causes the Headset app could not react to the long press assigned operation.
2) Nexus 7 has disabled the headset control pin in its 3.5 mm audio connector which causes the Headset app fail to function.
1) SoundAbout Service - Turn service "On (Foreground)", "On (Auto Restart)", "On (Stoppable)", "OFF".
(ON - Auto Restart) can be used to remove constant notification in Android 4.3.
2) Media Audio - Route the media audio to (Built-In speaker, Wired Headphones, Wired Headset (with mic), Earpiece, Aux Digital(HDMI), Bluetooth(A2DP), Bluetooth(mono), Bluetooth(mono)(dynamic), Dock(Analog), Dock(Digital)).
(Some outputs are enabled for the PRO VERSION only)
3) Phone call audio - (Pro version)
Route the phone call audio to (Built in Earpiece, External speaker, Bluetooth (mono), Wired Headphones, Wired Headset (with mic), Dock (Analog), Dock (Digital)
Phone call audio to Bluetoth A2DP(media) NOT allowed in Android.
4) Text-To-Speech behavior...(Android 4.0+)(Pro version) -
Settings to send Text-To-Speech audio to various outputs with/without delays:
Android TTS setting... - Opens the Android TTS settings screen so that you can choose SoundAbout TTS as your Text-To-Speech engine.
Audio Output - Route the TTS audio to (External speaker, Wired Headphones, Wired Headset (with mic), Earpiece, Aux Digital(HDMI), Bluetooth(A2DP), Bluetooth(mono), Dock(Analog), Dock(Digital)).
Max Utterance per request... - How many TTS to items to process per request. Handy if the client app (Google Nav) tries to process ALL the TTS items at one time. This lets you do 1,2,3.etc at a time.
Delay utterance (secs) - Lets you delay before sending the audio to output. Handy to allow Bluetooth mono to connect.
Allow background audio - Allows existing audio to continue at a lower volume while TTS audio is playing.
5) Notification behavior
Block Notifications to Speaker - Block notification/alarm sounds from playing through the SPEAKER
Block Ringtones to Speaker - Block ringtones from playing through the SPEAKER.
Caller Notification behavior - Settings to speak caller id when ringing. (new permission to read contacts)
Status Bar Notification - Show audio status in status bar, when Service runs in foreground
6) Wired Headset behavior... -
Wired Headset detection - ALLOW or IGNORE the headphone/headset plug in/out detection.
Wired Headset microphone - DETECT or IGNORE that a headset has a microphone when plugged in.
Un-plug pauses music player - Have the music player pause when you unplug a wired headset. If left un-checked, the music player may still pause if it is designed to do so.
Plug-in continues music player - Have music player continue playing when headset is plugged back in (if music player was playing when headset was un-plugged).
Plug-in Volume (Pro Version) - Turn ON and set default volume when headset is plugged in.
7) Bluetooth behavior - (Pro version):
Bluetooth Auto Enable - Automatically enable Bluetooth when Bluetooth output is selected.
(A2DP) Media audio usage - Allow/Deny the connected Bluetooth media device to be the default output for media.
(Mono) Media audio usage - Allow/Deny the connected Bluetooth mono device to be the default output for media. May not work for all phones.
Phone call usage - Allow/Deny the connected Bluetooth mono device to be the default output for phone calls.
(Mono) microphone override - Use the Bluetooth (mono) device microphone for voice input while using audio output set in the Media audio setting.
Disable wired audio - Disable wired headset when in Bluetooth mono phone call.
Disconnect to speaker - Allow/Deny using speaker for notifications(notifications still go to selected media audio output)
8) Dock behavior - (Pro version):
Analog Dock audio usage - Allow/Deny the connected Analog Dock to be the default output for media.
Digital Dock audio usage - Allow/Deny the connected Digital Dock to be the default output for media.
9) There is a widget named "Headset Toggle" to toggle a Wired Headset on or off.
This is a very simple utility, and currently does only one thing: Read text messages to you through Android's built-in text to speech engine, or through any you set up yourself as your default system tts engine.
The key feature is that Interrupt will only do this given certain criteria. Specifically if a wired headset has been connected (for privacy), while music is playing, both, or none (in which case it will read all texts). You can also set it up to read the whole message body to you, though its default message is "Text from [Contact Name]".
This was a personal utility for me that I've decided to publish. I found myself listening to music on the way to work or whatever, and the ding of a message notification prompting me to have to dig out my phone, unlock it and see what the message was got really old. It didn't help that I'm in Norway, it's winter, and I'd have to take off my gloves to use my phone.
It's been pretty useful for me, and sits nice and quiet in the background. My philosophy is if there is something I need, there's probably someone else that needs it too. So, that someone, hope you found me :-)
You can record ringtones up to 30 seconds in length. An oscilloscope displays a potential audio signal overdrive. After recording you can adjust the volume and apply an audio equalizer or an echo effect.
The paid version has the following additional features:
- Automatic volume adjust via dynamic audio normalization
- Reduce background noise via silence threshold
- Play speed variations
- Funny voice transformations to Darth Vader, Man, Woman or Mickey Mouse
- Duet voice with Darth Vader, Man, Woman or Mickey Mouse
- No advertisements
AUVIO products are sold exclusively at RadioShack. Please visit www.radioshack.com or your local RadioShack store.
AUVIO EQ apps lets you customize your equalizer settings. Save and customize up to 3 presets for your favorite equalizer settings.
For single click headsets, you can customize the answer button in the Settings page. Simply tap a button and select a different option for each button from the pop-up menu.
- Equalizer with presets and custom option
- Control music at a touch of the in-line remote
- Customize key sequence for controlling various music playback functions
Please feel free to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you found bugs, and thank you for your support! :)
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