Are you an audiophile? Yes, you should know Poweramp Music Player then. How about Noozxoide EIZO-rewire PRO by dogsbark? Noozxoide EIZO-rewire PRO is a virtualizer that creates place phantom speakers around the headphone / room, providing a realistic and enjoyable virtual surround sound experience on movies, music and games. It reproduces surround sound and high-quality content from any audio source no matter stereo and mono. Therefore, you can enjoy better sound quality on professional headphone and speakers from your Android devices. Does it really sound great?
Yes, Noozxoide EIZO-rewire PRO does sound better based on the users’ feedbacks. And it supports DAC-2-EMU emulations of Tegra 2/3, Sabre, Wolfson, Realtek, Yamaha, Cirrus Logic, Texas Instruments, Qualcomm and Stock-libs. Besides, it is a free Android application. No harm to try it out, right?
Download Noozxoide EIZO-rewire PRO for Android at Google Play Store here.
I tried to install but Google Play says it is not compatible with the Galaxy S2: (
It needs Android 4.0.3 and above.
I have the Omega Rom v18 based on XXLSJ Jelly Bean 4.1.2
It might not support SGS2 sound chip then. Do consult Noozxoide developer to confirm.
the dev don’t want to know what kind of fancy custom rom you use, last time i asked for help from the dev, they only support users who has stock rom without rooted, this is why the app was designed to be operates in no rooted rom. Unlike other need rooted to work. I have SGS2 too, only 2 Yamaha DAC chips in the market, Noozxoide supports one of them… which is… me!!!! LOL WORKS Flawless and pro audio… like DOLBY certified hardware.
I have a rooted Karbonn A9+ (CM Flare) but no custom rom. Nooz is working flawlessly so far. Tried it with Neutron Music Player and the sound quality is just amazing. My settings: on the Nooz, Monitor Size is set to Large; Digital Preset, either Unique 3 or Audiophile; VSur is Studio when I’m using my cans and Focus when using in-ears.
Neutron Player has a host of other settings as well but that’s another matter. Point is that with the right settings – and there are loads of combos available – Neutron goes remarkably well with Nooz.
I mean I should really try it out with Poweramp, but Neutron is just so perfect with Nooz as it is. I’m still enjoying their blessed union.
If I may mention this other forum thread, head-fi (dot) org/t/640655/noozxoide-and-neutron-versus-jplay-for-windows/15, the Nooz dev actually recommends the use of an external amplifier because of clipping issues on native Android sound systems. But that’s only an issue with headphones anyway.