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    I realize this was asked before.. It was something like you cannot intercept the sound directly. But I was thinking about this more...

    If Ptunes can set up an equalizer then why not Volumecare? Can't the voice stream be passed through a separate Equalizer and "played" like a streaming audio to the speaker?
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    I can't imagine _WHY_ someone would want this. Not only would it add to CPU overhead, it would also add to latency. Cellphones already have enough latency to be annoying as hell, I don't think anyone would want MORE latency. Just as well do VOIP at that point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssrjazz
    I can't imagine _WHY_ someone would want this. Not only would it add to CPU overhead, it would also add to latency. Cellphones already have enough latency to be annoying as hell, I don't think anyone would want MORE latency. Just as well do VOIP at that point.
    There is a very good reason to have it.. all calls vary in sound from different callers.. some are very bassy and other have tons of treble.. I find that bass frequencies make spoken word very difficult to hear. Unless there is a headset with a built in equalizer this is the only thing that makes sense..
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    TTT,
    Anyone?

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