Sakura Music Equalizer.

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Aug 17, 2009

Sakura Music Equalizer. by k0kujin at 5:16 PM (1,186 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. k0kujin
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    Is there a equalizer for the music player on the Sakura firmware, if so how do I access it?
     
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    No. The closest thing there is, is changing the volume level.
     
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    The problem I have is that my earbuds are too bass heavy, and I wanted to turn down the bass levels.
     
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    Get new earphones? Use something other than a DS?
     
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    Are there any players that have an equalizer?
     
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    Not sure if Moonshell or Moonshell 2 include one. Try them out bro.
     
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    Ok I figured it out.People using Sakura as their main music player may want to take note.I just noticed that songs that have panning effects, are suddenly missing them, couple this with my issue of songs being too bass heavy, and you have the answer to the problem.Monoraul sound.For some reason or another Sakura mixes it's songs in Mono, or something really close, that's why panning effects are virtually gone, and songs tend be bassy.I downloaded LMP-ng, and it confirmed my theory.All of my songs sound normal in LMP-ng.I hope they fix this in the future, so I can listen to music from the firmware, but until then I will have to use LMP-ng.Someone should try this on their M3 to solidify my findings.

    Update-I found out my headphones were the problem, false alarm.Everything is ok now.
     

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