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Sound quality music players

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Been trying various music players, messing with the equalizers and the sound quality is truly terrible compared to my iPod touch? Do ipods have high quality sound chips or something?

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Yes they do. Messing with the equalisers is bad as the speakers are built for the default settings.

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Anyway to make the default sound better through headphones?

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Not really.

Just get better headphones and make sure that the music you get on your phone high quality.

The bit rate of the music should be 320kbps

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Thanks winamp seems to sound the best after a lot of testing

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You don't need 320Kbs music files, try a lower option and see if you can tell the difference. You'll save an enormous amount of space.

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Mine are 128kps more than enough can not fault them, just need to clean out all the rubbish in my music collection now

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I certainly wouldn't listen to 128k

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What do you listen to?

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I think you'll find it depends on the individual, I'm in my 50s and probably couldn't tell the difference. That's why I suggested trying both options on your phone.

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I wouldn't go below or above 192kps myself, that's CD quality

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I wouldn't go below or above 192kps myself, that's CD quality

It most definitely isn't. Bless.

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CD is 384kbps

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Bless it most definitely is! ..any thing less is near CD quality anything over is higher CD quality if you can tell the difference...

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Sheesh. No wonder we end up with crap like Beats Audio existing

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