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Awesome Neutron Music Player Blows Away the PlayBook Player

Blame Terrence for sending me this screenshot

Terrence (blame him for the screenshot :)) pointed out to me that Neutron Code Limited has brought their awesome Neutron Music Player to the BlackBerry PlayBook. Neutron Music Player is a studio quality music player with an impressive sound engine and beautiful UI. It gives you some seriously complex controls and audio options made for audiophiles. It has a feature list that just makes the PlayBook default music player pale in comparison.

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Just look at this feature list:

  • 32/64-bit audio processing for high quality HD audio.
  • Audio formats: MP1, MP2, MP3, OGG (Vorbis), WMA, WMA Lossless (16-bit only), AC3, AAC, M4A, M4B, M4R, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, FLAC, ALAC (Apple Lossless), APE (Monkey’s Audio), WV (WavPack), TTA (True Audio), MPC (MusePack), WAV, AU, AIFF, MPG/MPEG (audio only), AVI (audio only), iTunes/Windows Media inclusive except DRM-protected.
  • Modular audio formats: MOD, IM, XM, S3M.
  • Voice audio format: SPEEX.
  • Surround sound (Ambiophonic R.A.C.E. technology).
  • Crossfeed DSP (for better stereo music listening experience with headphones).
  • Rumble Filter DSP (to protect speakers from overloading with frequencies below 20 Hz).
  • Normalization (post EQ re-mastering of tracks).
  • Streaming audio: M3U, PLS, ASX, RAM.
  • HQ 4-band parametric equalizer.
  • Accurate gapless playback.
  • Replay Gain.
  • Monophonic mode.
  • Resampling with 3 modes: fast, quality, audiophile.
  • Dithering (audio quality improvement by elimination of quantization in signal).
  • Crossfading (including manual track switching in playlist).
  • Enhanced headset buttons support.
  • Shuffle playback.
  • Looped playback.
  • Database/Folder modes.
  • Queuing (including Dynamic Queue).
  • Lyrics (.LRC files).
  • CUE Sheet support (including built into metadata).
  • Master and Preamp digital volume management.
  • Media database grouping by: album, artist, genre.
  • Optional artist grouping by ‘Album Artist’ category.
  • Real-time multi-band spectrum analyzer.
  • Real-time RMS bar.
  • Unicode tags.
  • Android widgets and Lock Screen mode.
  • Last.fm scrobbling.
  • Movable to external SD Card.
  • Night UI mode with colorful audio visualization.
  • Album art (supported: PNG, JPG, BMP, incl. metadata from tags).
  • Album art visual effect based on currently playing music.
  • Clock mode.
  • Sleep timer: 15,30,45,60,90 minutes.
  • Wake timer.
  • Automatic key-lock with colorful audio visualization.
  • Highly customizable through Settings.
  • Smart CPU/Battery consumption.

You can find more details at www.neutronmp.com or pick up Neutron Music Player for $4.99 in App World. You will not regret it!

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  1. If I listened to music via ear buds most of the time, I wouldn’t bother with this app. But I don’t- as an audiophile and owner of a sound reinforcement company, I listen to music on a macro level, and that’s where this application shines. No app I have tried before or since can match its performance (Android version). If you disagree, that’s fine with me- presuming of course before passing judgment on the app, you:

    1. Knew what a parametric EQ was, or how it differs from a standard EQ;

    2. Used a spectrum analyzer and sine sweep/white/pink test tones to establish a baseline for your listening environment;

    3. Used a FLAC file or other loss-less media file as source material;

    4. Listen to your music on hi-fidelity, hi-powered sound systems, either at home or in your car

    If you did all the above and still think there’s a better app, well then… I’m all ears!

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