We are just a few days away from the launch of the latest LV V30 smartphone and it seems that the company is leaving no stone unturned for its upcoming smartphone. After confirming anew floating bar, facial recognition, and large f/1.6 aperture camera sensor, the company has revealed that the latest flagship device will come equipped with advance Hi-Fi Quad DAC.
The company has confirmed that LG V30 will feature a 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC powered by EES Technology’s SABRE ES9218P. The Hi-Fi Quad DAC will come with two new features including digital filters and sound presets. Starting with the digital filters, it will improve the pre- and post-ringing of the impulse response with filters that can be customized to personal tastes. There will be broadly three presets for a digital filter including Short, which produces a more spatial and ambient sound; Sharp, which produces a more natural sound; and Slow, which produces a clearer sound.
The sound presets comes with four pre-programmed settings: enhanced, detailed, live and bass. The company further says that the Hi-Fi Quad DAC controls left and right audio signals separately, adjusting the balance in such detail that listeners will feel as if they are standing in the centre of a concert hall. LG has managed to cut the distortion rate down to 0.0002 percent.
The LG V30 will also come loaded with high-resolution audio streaming from partner company MQA Ltd. This will allow the V30 to combine its Quad DAC with MQA technology so that the music lovers can enjoy high-resolution audio without the inconvenience of downloading huge files.
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Further, the smartphone will come with HD Audio Recorder that will use the audio receiver of the phone simultaneously as a microphone (Receiver-as-a-Mic or RAM). The RAM can record loud sounds clearly, so the LG V30 can record a wider dynamic range of sounds. Lastly, the phone will come bundled with B&O Play earphones as well.