SRS WOWHD For HD2
There are many people out there who know what the SRS WOW is and what it does. For those of you who don’t know what it is, SRS WOW is an add-on to the device’s sound capabilities, which adds some nice audio effects and makes things such as the music listening experience more enjoyable. Some of the improvements are the addition of 3D Effect, Boosts Sound, Bass, Treble, and Presets. XDA user Sector` was kind enough to release a version of this on the HD2 a little while back. Today, he updated his version of the software and added some fixes and presets.
Version 2.1 change log:
- Ideal settings for better listening experience thanks to donalgodon.
- Internal stereo stays on after restart.
- Added shortcut to Programs and changed icon to both Start/Programs and Settings/System locations, thanks to VeEuzUKY.
You can find download links and more information on the application thread.
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