Originally Posted by DJB of Poole
I have been avoiding the app despite paying for it, after I discovered that using it on my Nexus 6P was so limited by the (comparatively) tiny screen. I have stuck to the built in calibration on my Marantz 8805. It is obvious from all the excited comment that everyone else must be using a bigger screen. Would someone care to advise what I should using to make the app properly visible and thus controlable.
The bigger the better, that's not a detail that you may like but true none the less. But remember all the options Editor offers like mrc switching, high end curve choice, and freq limiting are easily seen on a small screen. Only when you want to mess with creating custom curves for individual speakers do you need larger viewing.
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