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英語 *************************************************************************** * * This app is a paid version of the free download version "onkyo hf player". * A free download version is also available to confirm the function of this product. * You can try before purchasing. * *************************************************************************** Get greater control of how your iTunes music sounds with our touch-adjustable linear-phase FIR equalizer, which offers 16,384 discrete bands of high-definition equalization with zero loss in audio quality. Name and save your own custom EQ presets or select optimized filters created by professional musicians. You can take your 192 kHz/24-bit Hi-Res Audio albums on the road with support for FLAC, WAV, and DSD enhanced for headphone use and fully supported on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Features • High-precision equalizer (16,384 discrete bands, linear-phase FIR filter) • Selectable HD equalizer mode (64-bit) • Automatic upsampling function • Crossfade playback option • Album artwork and song lyric display • Repeat function (songs within a list) • Resume Playback Function • Shuffle function (within a list) • Selectable equalizer presets optimized by musicians for Onkyo headphones • Easily add songs to playlists and Up Next list • Real-time DSD conversion function (supported on paid version, compatible with 64-bit CPU devices such as iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 only) Note: Paid version enables playlists from both HD Library and iPod Library. Supported Formats Free Version (iPod Library) • MP3/ALAC/AAC/WAV/AIFF (up to 48 kHz) *DRM-protected files are not supported. • Above formats plus DSF/DSD-IFF [DSD(2.8 MHz) / Double-rate DSD(5.6 MHz) / Quad-rate DSD(11.2 MHz), DoP / PCM conversion], FLAC/ALAC/WAV/AIFF (up to 384kHz), Ogg-Vorbis (up to 192 kHz) * Requires iPhone 5s or later for DSD 11.2 MHz and above. MP3 not supported. Release Notes • 192 kHz/24-bit high-resolution FLAC, WAV, and DSD playback • Hi-Res Audio files can be output to the Onkyo DAC-HA200 headphone amplifier via Lightning cable, and to other compatible USB DACs using a Lighting-USB camera adapter or the iPad Camera Connection Kit • Supports DSD-to-PCM conversion and DoP output • Transfer audio formats including FLAC and DSD to your device via the iTunes Apps menu on your personal computer • Note that smooth operation may be compromised on older devices (iPhone 4 and below) when in HD Equalizer Mode due to high processing demands. Audio with a sampling rate exceeding 88.2 kHz output via the device’s headphone connection is downsampled to 48 kHz. Equalizer and crossfade functions are disabled when playing audio via DoP, and frequency response is not displayed. • When publishing, it is not compatible with Pioneer RAYZ product to support launching of this application by "smart button". We will respond by RAWZ's FW update at a later date. Languages English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese Requirements Recommended for iPhone 4s or later, iPod touch (5th generation or later), iPad 2 or later, and iPad mini. Requires iOS9 or later.
Abandoned App. No support, broken.
by HawaiiDon on 2019/11/11 23:55
Just spent $10 to have the app play any song I randomly choose at maybe 1/4 speed. Literally. Not even sure how your can have a bug that does this. Oh yeah, support link points to an international sales page, no support.
Do not buy, not worth the money
by OldUnixGuy on 2019/10/23 16:15
I would not recommend this app for people that are looking to improve their audio experience over the standard Apple Music player. It any adds a few customizations and the headphone support is very limited. If you have high end headphones or IEM’s this is not the app to use
Clearly abandonware
by CaptainFearful on 2019/09/09 00:44
Obviously hasn’t been updated since it was released. User interface is obtuse and pretty much a mystery to use. Why won’t the play button do anything? So bad.
grate app but...
by Hojhgyftdn on 2019/08/07 17:56
It’s a great app but it needs auto playlists.
Won’t play my ITunes/ Apple Music
by TiKtOk69420 on 2019/06/16 18:49
The app only plays 4 albums of the dozens in my library. No clear instructions or support. Worthless
Needs two more functions
by Mofury on 2019/03/12 14:19
If it converted files to MP3 and mp4, and then allowed us to share, I wouldn’t need another app like Voice Record Pro for sharing ideas with other song writers. We write in Spire, then throw rough mixes at Onkyo for listening and at Voice Record Pro for sharing. Would be nice if one app did high res audio, as well as conversion and sharing at the touch of a button.
Half way there
by benjolmes on 2019/02/22 05:59
Great sounding music. Great interface. Currently for me, album artwork is not working. I use a JPEG file, named either cover or folder, with small file size and resolution, and put it in the album folder (with the flac files). Am I doing something wrong? Also, I am still waiting on landscape mode! If using an iPad, landscape mode will be the most used, as the keyboard or stands are usually forcing you to use landscape. If all the above plus retina screen support were available, I would spend $30-70 on this app... as I believe most audiophiles would, which is your market?
How to display Album artwork and song lyric
by hummerand on 2018/10/27 11:41
It's a good APP,But How to display Album artwork and song lyric?Which format is needed for song lyric?
Needs two more functions
by Mofury on 2019/03/12 14:19
If it converted files to MP3 and mp4, and then allowed us to share, I wouldn’t need another app like Voice Record Pro for sharing ideas with other song writers. We write in Spire, then throw rough mixes at Onkyo for listening and at Voice Record Pro for sharing. Would be nice if one app did high res audio, as well as conversion and sharing at the touch of a button.
Half way there
by benjolmes on 2019/02/22 05:59
Great sounding music. Great interface. Currently for me, album artwork is not working. I use a JPEG file, named either cover or folder, with small file size and resolution, and put it in the album folder (with the flac files). Am I doing something wrong? Also, I am still waiting on landscape mode! If using an iPad, landscape mode will be the most used, as the keyboard or stands are usually forcing you to use landscape. If all the above plus retina screen support were available, I would spend $30-70 on this app... as I believe most audiophiles would, which is your market?
Do not buy, not worth the money
by OldUnixGuy on 2019/10/23 16:15
I would not recommend this app for people that are looking to improve their audio experience over the standard Apple Music player. It any adds a few customizations and the headphone support is very limited. If you have high end headphones or IEM’s this is not the app to use
Abandoned App. No support, broken.
by HawaiiDon on 2019/11/11 23:55
Just spent $10 to have the app play any song I randomly choose at maybe 1/4 speed. Literally. Not even sure how your can have a bug that does this. Oh yeah, support link points to an international sales page, no support.
Clearly abandonware
by CaptainFearful on 2019/09/09 00:44
Obviously hasn’t been updated since it was released. User interface is obtuse and pretty much a mystery to use. Why won’t the play button do anything? So bad.
How to display Album artwork and song lyric
by hummerand on 2018/10/27 11:41
It's a good APP,But How to display Album artwork and song lyric?Which format is needed for song lyric?
Won’t play my ITunes/ Apple Music
by TiKtOk69420 on 2019/06/16 18:49
The app only plays 4 albums of the dozens in my library. No clear instructions or support. Worthless
grate app but...
by Hojhgyftdn on 2019/08/07 17:56
It’s a great app but it needs auto playlists.