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DPS update for android Jetaudio app.

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  • #64828

    rnadeau6299
    Participant

    Hey, I was wondering if the future DPS Pro is going to make its way into the Jetaudio android app. Jetaudio is an awesome app on its own but without DPS…Put it this way. if my dps stopped working either on my phone or my pc it would honestly change how I enjoy listening to music. So is dPS 2 pro eventually make it into Jetaudio android app?
    Thanks

    #64829

    Dan Rice
    Keymaster

    Rnadeau6299,

    We recently updated the DPS engine and the profiles available in jetAudio’s Music Player app. As it stands now, it has more functionality than the DPS 2.0 freeware product. This is by design since, as an in-app purchase, it is a paid product. Some features, like the EQ, are left out since jetAudio includes that functionality in the base app. Another feature, stereo controls, are called “Bongiovi DPS Headphone Enhancement” and are somewhat simplified in the jetAudio app.

    Which features would you like to see in the DPS for jetAudio in-app upgrade?

    Thanks,

    Dan Rice
    DPS Support

    #64911

    stwi
    Participant

    Hi Dan,

    I just saw this thread nad it seems to match a question or request I have, so I thought I’d add it here.

    I am using the jetAudio and purchased the Bongiovi DPS feature. What I can see is a looong list of profiles, some of which are device specific and some have city names. The meaning of this, especially the meaning or intent behind the city named profiles is not explained anywhere. For me this was and still is a problem, because it prevents me from properly using the software.

    Within the jetAudio plugin there is a button that transfers me to the website. But the website is also not very helpful towards finding a user guide or usage information. It took a lot of searching before in the end I ended up here in the forum.

    So thats my main request for the jetAudio plugin: some help text or explanations about the profiles and in particular the general non device specific profiles.

    Another idea would be to add a sortof manual mode where the user could do some parameter tuning to make an unsupported device sound good. I ended up testing all the profiles with city names to find out what might be good for my unsupported headphones (Sennheiser Momentum Wireless). This is very inconvenient on an iPhone. The list is so long that toggling between two presets that do not fit on the screen requires scrolling and thus prevents quick back and forth switching for a good comparison.

    Just some ideas 🙂

    Regards,
    Stephan

    #64913

    Dan Rice
    Keymaster

    Stephan,

    Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We appreciate your feedback and we’ll definitely consider what you are saying. Please let me know if I am getting any of this wrong, but your feedback is that we should:

      More clearly explain the meaning and intent of the Cities profiles, in general and specifically for each Cities profile. Also, some description of the device profiles.

      Provide a user guide and clearer help links for users who come to our site from JetAudio.

      Provide more fine tuning for unsupported devices.

    I’ll pass these suggestions on to my development team.

    Also, I will add the Sennheiser Momentum Wireless headphones to our acquisition list to tune and create a profile.

    Are these the specific model?

    We create every profile by hand/ear which means we must have that particular piece of hardware on our bench to tune. When this device is made available to us we will create a custom profile for it.

    Thanks,

    Dan Rice
    DPS Support

    #64921

    stwi
    Participant

    Hi Dan,

    Yes, you nailed it down precisely, and the link you posted points to the correct model. They combine excellent sound with ANC and Bluetooth. A bit pricy but well worth the investment.

    Maybe add this to the list, just in case the developers are hungry for more ideas:

    When I tried to compare the cities profiles with each other I found the handling rather inconvenient . The list is considerably longer then the screen of my iPhone. So for instance trying to compare “Annapolis” to “New York” (or anything below) involves having to scroll a lot with your fingers. This prevents you from performing a quick back and forth comparison between two profiles, ie. the current one and a new one you want to test. Maybe a button could be added that allows you switch to “Current” while on the selection list screen ? Or have the current profile as a fixed entry at the top of the screen and the selection list underneath ?

    Thanks for your reply,
    Stephan

    #64922

    Dan Rice
    Keymaster

    Thanks Stephan. I’ll pass your feedback on to the development team and we’ll take your suggestions into consideration.

    #65036

    ralfstehle
    Participant

    I have the Bose quietcomfort 35. Have you planned an update to implement this headphone in DPS for jetaudio player ?

    #65037

    Dan Rice
    Keymaster

    Ralfstehle,

    Thanks for submitting your profiles request for the Bose Quiet Comfort 35 headphones. This has been a popular request! I found them here. I will add them to our acquisition list. We create every profile by hand/ear which means we must have that particular piece of hardware on our bench to tune. When this device is made available to us we will create a custom profile for it.

    Have you tried the various City and other device profiles? We noticed there is a lot of overlap in the profile settings for many devices. Odds are the perfect profile is right there waiting for you to select it. You know you have the right profile when your favorite songs “light up”. Just trust your ears and how you feel when you listen to your media.

    Thanks,

    Dan Rice
    DPS Support

    #65087

    Wookie48
    Participant

    I would love to see a profile for skullcandy crushers added into the jet audio app. These headphones are mean, and I know I profile made specifically for them would unleash them more than anything else could.

    #84075

    rkalanineizman1997
    Participant

    What about for the galaxy s9 akg tuned earbuds and maybe one for the sony srs xb31? Would be great, the sony srs xb31 sounds good already but i know with this dps technology it’ll bring everything to life if there was a specific profile for it

    #87951

    Dan Rice
    Keymaster

    Thanks for submitting your profile requests for the Samsung Galaxy S9 AKG tuned earbuds and the SONY SRS XB31 speaker. I will add them to our acquisition list. We create every profile by hand/ear which means we must have that particular piece of hardware on our bench to tune. When this device is made available to us we will create a custom profile for it.

    Have you tried the various City and other device profiles? We noticed there is a lot of overlap in the profile settings for many devices. Odds are the perfect profile is right there waiting for you to select it. You know you have the right profile when your favorite songs “light up”. Just trust your ears and how you feel when you listen to your media.

    Thanks,

    Dan R.
    DPS Support

    #89411

    fz.redak
    Participant

    We recently updated the DPS engine and the profiles available in jetAudio’s Music Player app. As it stands now, it has more functionality than the DPS 2.0 freeware product. This is by design since, as an in-app purchase, it is a paid product. Some features, like the EQ, are left out since jetAudio includes that functionality in the base app. Another feature, stereo controls, are called “Bongiovi DPS Headphone Enhancement” and are somewhat simplified in the jetAudio app.

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