Best audio for Droid razr?

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  1. devdeuce

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    I have heard great things about beats audio on computers, I am wondering how I can get the best sound out of my razr? I've Ben using the stock player and tried all the different settings and they all suck. Please let me know my best option to rock out.

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    Power amp

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    Agreed. Poweramp by far has the most settings in order to get the best audio from the device itself. I personally prefer the UI of UberMusic, but Poweramp is definitely the best option for what you're looking for.
     
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    I use poweramp on my phones, its awesome. I even use it and my mustang4 amp for house party's. It rocks, best 5$ I ever spent for a music player app. And it will transfer from phone to phone, and the UI stays the same.

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    Thanks everyone for the input, looks like I'll give poweramp a try, plug it into external speakers and see if it rocks !m!

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    I second the Jawbone Jambox. I will say be very careful about using it/dropping it while charging. The micro usb plug is a weak spot in it's design and even on the Jawbone forums you hear tales of woe. If you leave it on a surface and it vibrates itself off while plugged in, that plug is gone. The Jawbone folks were kind enough to replace my unit free of charge and have told me they're addressing the plug issue. Oh make sure you buy it from an authorized retailer if you want your warranty to be honored. If you buy it off Amazon you'll be out of luck.
     
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    playerpro. full eq. great interface, swipe to change songs.
     
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    PlayerPro > Power Amp

    More options on EQ
    Themes, Color schemes, you can skip songs using the volume rocker (display must be on, but makes it easier to skip song while driving or PERIOD). UI looks great and over all sounds great. I went from power amp to playerPro and haven't looked back.
    I recently re-downloaded power amp to see if i was missing anything after some updates maybe..... Went back to playerPro within the same day.....
     
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    I'm currently using N7Player. Not bad. Like its UI, and it does have its own EQ.
     
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    Not even close. PowerAmp is a much better choice for music. I just tried PlayerPro and it's only got a 5 band equalizer. PowerAmp has 10 bands which gives you much better control over the sound. The PlayerPro is a little bit nicer interface, but at the end of the day it's about the music and the sound, not the interface. PlayerPro lasted 20 minutes on my phone.

    What would make either of these applications better yet is to add parametric capabilities to the equalizer. When you increase the sound at a given frequency, it adjusts more than that single frequency. It pulls up a "bell curve" around it. The parametric eq. gives you the ability to shape the width of the curve of other frequencies that pull up (or down) with it. THAT would make PowerAmp unbeatable. It is already, but that would be awesome. My 2ยข worth.

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