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  1. DukeL's Avatar
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    Is there any patch available to Bass boost or EQ the music output on webOS??
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    The Audiophile music player has bass/treble controls. That's the only one I've seen so far. I'm waiting for this as well.

    (I used to have WM6.5, the Audio Booster that plugged into the HTC Sense Music Player was effing awesome! Looking for someone to recreate that for WebOS)
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    Quote Originally Posted by auTONYmous View Post
    The Audiophile music player has bass/treble controls. That's the only one I've seen so far. I'm waiting for this as well.

    (I used to have WM6.5, the Audio Booster that plugged into the HTC Sense Music Player was effing awesome! Looking for someone to recreate that for WebOS)
    Do u think boosting the Bass in this app will also boost it when I listen to pandora for example?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukel View Post
    Do u think boosting the Bass in this app will also boost it when I listen to pandora for example?
    Nope. Sorry
    It will only boost the bass within Audiophile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warlord9159 View Post
    Nope. Sorry
    It will only boost the bass within Audiophile.
    Darn I cant beleive after 2 years there is still no bass boost or eq app/patch for webOS. Unbelievable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukel View Post
    Do u think boosting the Bass in this app will also boost it when I listen to pandora for example?
    Setting "Higher Quality Audio" seems to help a bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartca View Post
    Setting "Higher Quality Audio" seems to help a bit.
    For sure. I never have it on low quality setting.

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