October 14, 2013 at 7:20 pm #64081
bubsdaddy, on a Mac go to the folder Mactintosh HD/Library/Application Support/Bongiovi Acoustics. You may delete any unwanted profiles in there. DO NOT DELETE the file called tables.dat.
wxman, can I assume you are using DPS on a Windows computer? In DPS 2.0 we will be moving to the drop down menu format used on the Mac version. Take a look here: https://www.bongiovidps.com/forums/topic/dps-2-0-redesign-mission-statement/ This will allow you to quickly download all of the profiles you want and store them locally on your computer. It will also allow you to remove profiles as described above.October 17, 2013 at 2:04 am #64080tylenolmonkeyMember
This may not be possible at all, but would it be possible to have this amazing sound enhancement/improvement work within the original music player and especially with iTunes Radio? What about with other apps such as Pandora, Netflix, etc? Again, don’t know if any of that is even feasible.
Regardless, thanks for making my music sound so great!October 17, 2013 at 11:54 am #64079
It is all certainly possible. Just depends on whether Apple, Pandora, Netflix, etc want to incorporate the DPS Audio Enhancer technology into their apps. You should let them know about us! You are most welcome. We love making audio sound even better! Take care!October 17, 2013 at 4:19 pm #64078jrt1907Member
Hello I have a couple of feature requests.
1.) Would it be possible to search by song individually, rather than have to jump to the letter the song starts with and then have to sift through similar songs?
2.) Also I’ve noticed a glitch that sometimes if you try to go back to a recent song even if it’s just the previous song, you are unable to go backwards at that point. A fix on this would be greatly appreciated since sometimes I might skip a track by accident and when I would like to back, I find that I’m not able to.
*Also I had previously talked with a Bongiovi rep about fixing the audio in between songs (a song will cut off 1-2 seconds before it ends and the next song begins to play) and he assured me that the team is looking to fix that.
I really do enjoy this app and it has changed the way I hear my music. I’m really looking forward to the update!November 4, 2013 at 4:23 pm #64077
Sorry for the late reply. We are working on an update now. It addresses some iOS7 things, etc. I will pass on a feature request for individual song search and play previous track.
As for gapless audio and this tick issue, We use the apple player API. A couple of updates ago, Apple stopped doing the gapless buffer playback in their API based off of the metadata in the file. That was how we were doing it. Now the Apple API does not support this true gapless playback requiring players to do a crossfade. I am told crossfade will be added in the next update.
Thanks!November 13, 2013 at 10:12 am #64076steveting99Member
Would like to know if I have music stored in an external storage, that it’s either connected via an ad hoc wi-fi network or through the router – would possible to play the music files/playlists?
I’m thinking specifically external storage devices such as Seagate Wireless Plus / Corsair Voyager Air / Siilcon Power Sky Share H10, etc.
Each of these have dedicated apps to access the drive via an iDevice – but no DPS plugin support?…:(
SteveNovember 14, 2013 at 12:20 pm #64075
Seagate or whoever has the app would have to have our stuff built in for it to work like that. You should tell Seagate about us!November 27, 2013 at 9:44 am #64074steveting99Member
Will mention it to Seagate. I was looking to get a new tablet and considered the Kindle Fire HDX tablet. Was curious on the built in DAC + opamp that Amazon is using. Wanted to to see what the output impedance was, the various mA rating at a number of different headphone impedance ratings, voltage output swing possible, etc. As expected, Amazon wasn’t willing to divulge the info. I did ask them if they would implement DPS plugin to improve sound quality while watching movies or listening music. The customer rep said they would pass the request to Amazon’s engineering department. Hopefully you’ll hear from them.
SteveNovember 27, 2013 at 9:51 am #64073jimbodenMember
This issue is very similar to my post about Airplay for Windows. DPS needs some kind of network interface that can process the audio stream over a network connection.December 4, 2013 at 11:28 am #64072
Thanks steveting99! I will make sure Joey takes a look at your Airplay for Windows post jimboden. Thanks!January 21, 2014 at 1:46 pm #64071
Most capless headphone amps swing to about 3VPP. High impedance headphones like the AKG professional ones will certainly be quieter. And the Android SDK is ready and waiting for Amazon to use in their Kindle for super awesome audio 😉January 21, 2014 at 1:50 pm #64070
jim and stevetin99,
Some of the problem with network audio has to do with streaming vs file sharing. If a device is set up to share files (like the seagate example) then there is no audio stream for DPS to process. The processing must be handled on the device or player where the final audio is being played back.
Airplay is a bit easier now in OSX because it shows up as an audio output on the Mac. DPS can easily route audio to it for improved listening on the receiving device. This is an example of streaming.
What we need is Airplay to be available in Windows as an audio output device! Does anyone know of any third party apps that do this?January 22, 2014 at 9:00 pm #64069bubsdaddyMember
Airfoil?January 27, 2014 at 1:12 pm #64068
Sure enough, bubsdaddy! Click Here to check out Airfoil for Windows. Rogue Amoeba is very good abut keeping their apps up to date so compatibility should be good.February 4, 2014 at 2:04 pm #64067jrt1907Member
I was wondering if it would be at all possible, if not now then in the future, for the Equalizer function in the iOS app to be available when connected to a blue tooth speaker? I seem to remember at one point in the FAQs (or maybe somewhere in the forum) that explicitly stated that the Equalizer function was not available for blue tooth, however I noticed that the disclaimer disappeared, and I assumed that the Equalizer function would now function with a Bluetooth speaker.
The reason I’m asking is that I recently bought a 2014 Honda Civic. However, there is no headphone jack for me to plug my phone in; there is only a USB port and the car has Bluetooth capabilities. The Power Station itself works fine with Bluetooth (I use the Phoenix profile), but I miss the extra equalizer settings that I enjoyed when I was able to plug my iPhone into my previous car’s headphone jack.
Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing back from you
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