eXtream Software Development has written a custom USB audio driver from scratch because Android did not support USB audio until Android 5. Even Android 5 and upward has very limited support for USB audio devices (see below) and as such this driver remains very useful for every Android version higher than 3.1. Next to that, our driver provides low latency, making it possible for example to play virtual instruments in real-time on many devices that cannot do this using the Android driver. The driver supports mono, stereo and multi-channel streams, 16-, 24- and 32-bit resolutions and any sample rate that the device provides. If your device exposes internal mute, volume and/or gain controls, they can be controlled as well. For our media player, USB Audio Player PRO, the driver allows to play in bit-perfect, something that the Android driver will never do.
Google introduced USB audio support in Android 5, unfortunately our tests have shown that their driver has several limitations (aside not offering low latency). Please see here for more information:
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