FLAC support/playback on X

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  1. Es0ter1c

    Es0ter1c Member

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    Does anyone know if FLAC playback support is part of the native package on Droid X? If not, is there support via the winamp app? A plugin perhaps?

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    I know PowerAMP is suppose to support FLAC but I cant get it to work. It would be pretty cool to find a music app that supports FLAC.
     
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    I know. And the standard textbook response about how much more efficient compressed formats like .mp3 are is kind of moot. If we are asking, specifically, for a FLAC player, chances are, theres a reason. I know how to convert files to .mp3, but sometimes I might WANT the higher quality. After all, it's MY storage space. ;)
     
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    PowerAMP is giving me no trouble about playing FLAC.
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    PowerAMP works fine with my FLAC files some of which are over 4000kb/s (DVD quality ripped from vinyl.

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    Good post

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    Will give power amp a shot - seems silly this isn't covered in the basic OS - then again the basic music player begs for developers to create, anything would be an improvement! Yet, still options for FLAC are few
     
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    I really like Poweramp. I had some problems with syncing my music on my X with it it so I ended up having to get airsync on it to keep things organized. Besides that, the EQ and ability to play FLAC have been great. I'm a bit of a audiophile & listen to my music through professional earbuds so FLAC is my preferred media format.
     
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    it loaded up fine and I played a few tunes with it last night - I just had a few FLAC file loaded on my Droid. Like you, I prefer the better sound quality of the lossless file system. I also like that power amp allows you to play files in a particular folder as opposed to lumping them all together like the standard player does. dancedroid
     
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    BTW - how are things going with your rooted phone? I've to take the plunge - lot's of info to digest.

    thanks
     
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    As far as rooting goes, I only tried two different ROMs, rubix, and darkslide. I am totally impressed with darkslide and feel no need to look any further. I'm not certain your question was directed at me but thought I would chime in. there's also an updated version in the works any day now. I can't see too many things to improve upon but still can't wait to try it out...

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