DSP Manager doesn't fix this, and I know exactly what cowisland is talking about. It's not a product of this ROM, however, but a product of AOSP. Earlier builds did not suffer from this (CyanogenMod 1.5.2 for example). But the "audio fixes" that were implemented later caused the microphone to be too sensitive, hence the garbled sound when recording. Try it out and you'll see what I mean; play some music on your stereo at a decent level and record a video. I bet the sound is distorted, jumbled and generally sounds terrible. Again, no one is blaming any developers, but rather something else (AOSP source???). I've been yearning for a fix for this for a couple months now, as my kids like to dance to music and have me record them, then watch the videos with me. I can't do that anymore, which sucks. Hopefully this will be fixed in future (source???) releases.linuxmotion said:As per jaxadian. Standard to what. AOSP is the standard we go by. Its a good thought though. Implementation may be different for different devices is why it might not be a AOSP 'standard'
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