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AIMP для Android => Вопросы => Topic started by: s/ash on September 09, 2017, 22:46:57

Title: Output device
Post by: s/ash on September 09, 2017, 22:46:57
The first public version of AIMP 2.60 beta had an option to select the output "device" under Settings > Sound, something similar to:

I: Default - Android default (either: 1: Loudspeaker; 2: Headphones if connected)
II: Phonecall microphone - uses the small earpiece that you would use during phone calls
III: Alarm - output through both headphones (if connected) and loudspeaker at the same time

This option is not present anymore in the latest v2.60 Beta 3, build 418. Could you please bring it back? It was very useful, especially being able to use the phonecall speaker (II) to quietly listen to a podcast at night if I don't have my headphones nearby.

Also, a side question (not to create too many threads), there's an option to force 16-bit output. I assume with it disabled, AIMP outputs 24-bit sound (or the value that Android defaults to)?
Title: Re: Output device
Post by: Artem on September 10, 2017, 09:41:36
We have removed this option because it does not work as expected. General thing of it - to support external sound cards, but OpenSL does not provide an references to it. Also, the AudioTrack output mode that used for MIUI based devices by default (because OpenSL output mode works very bad on this devices) are not support an ability to change device.

If the 16-bit option is unchecked - AIMP uses default bit depth for this firmware, it can be 16 / 24 / 32 bit.
Title: Re: Output device
Post by: shortlife on October 25, 2017, 14:31:48

Hello, I'm french, I really need to know if AIMP 2.60 is finally 24/32 bits deep ???
I have been waiting for a long time! ^^

But the activated option Force to 16 bits output prevents that aimp be in 24/32 bits?
If the option is deactivated, aimp works constantly in 24/32 bits? oO

Thank you so much :)