best music player for DS

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  1. tinymonkeyt
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    tinymonkeyt GBAtemp brat

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    erm. i did search
    and i didnt find anything..
    but i could be wrong

    what is the best music player for the DS?
    is it moonshell?
    well currently, im using lmp (the ipod clone)
    but when i try to blast music (i just turn it up)
    it like...sounds bad
    maybe im not supposed to try to play loud music on the DS?
    is there one that plays loud?

    p.s. not sure if this is in the right section
    sorry if it isnt! and please move to the appropriate one if needed
     
  2. Killermech

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    Moonshell (lmp is fine too) and really good earphones. That's the best you can do with the ds.
    Just don't listen to the music from its internal speakers.
     
  3. Doggy124

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    mostly I use moonshell ,but it only play from one folder.
    if I want to play all file in SDcard, I use LMG
     
  4. Holaitsme

    Holaitsme 10/10 would be loyal again

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    did you hear about the dldi version of m3 sakura thats a good one for multimedia
     
  5. ojsinnerz.

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    The DS can't do loud music. It can't even do a good sound to begin with anyway.

    I use Moonshell, and it's passable for me, so I use it.
     
  6. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Moonshell has better audio quality than LMP-ng, but both will sound distorted if you increase the volume beyond its default setting, as the software amplification is going to distort the sound to a noticeable degree. If turning the DS's volume slider to max isn't loud enough, the only real option is to get a portable headphone amplifier, which will use hardware amplification for less distortion (though then the hissing noise produced by the DS will be that much easier to hear).
     
  7. Eternal Myst

    Eternal Myst Back from the Myst.

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    I have a bomb alallalallala
    I have the version of moonshell for the CycloDS, and when I click on a Windows Media Audio file it doesn't work.Is there a certain file I should be using.
     
  8. DanTheManMS

    DanTheManMS aka Ricochet Otter

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    Moonshell doesn't support WMA files. Convert it to mp3 or re-rip it from your CD directly to mp3 format. The fewer conversions you do, the better it will sound.