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* This app is a free download version "Onkyo HF Player".
* If you want to use the full-featured, purchase a paid version that supports family share,
* Or purchase "HD library" of in-app purchase which can take over EQ and playlist.

Get greater control of how your iTunes music sounds with our touch-adjustable linear-phase FIR equalizer, which offers 16,384 discrete bands of high-definition equalization with zero loss in audio quality. Name and save your own custom EQ presets or select optimized filters created by professional musicians. You can upgrade to the HD Player Pack via in-app purchase and take your 192 kHz/24-bit Hi-Res Audio albums on the road with support for FLAC, WAV, and DSD enhanced for headphone use and fully supported on iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

• High-precision equalizer (16,384 discrete bands, linear-phase FIR filter)
• Selectable HD equalizer mode (64-bit)
• Automatic upsampling function
• Crossfade playback option
• Album artwork and song lyric display
• Repeat function (songs within a list)
• Resume Playback Function
• Shuffle function (within a list)
• Selectable equalizer presets optimized by musicians for Onkyo headphones
• Easily add songs to playlists and Up Next list
• Real-time DSD conversion function (supported on paid version, compatible with 64-bit CPU devices such as iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 only)
Note: Paid version enables playlists from both HD Library and iPod Library.

Supported Formats
Free Version (iPod Library)
• MP3/ALAC/AAC/WAV/AIFF (up to 48 kHz)
*DRM-protected files are not supported.

Paid Version (HD Library and iPod Library)
• Above formats plus DSF/DSD-IFF [DSD(2.8 MHz) / Double-rate DSD(5.6 MHz) / Quad-rate DSD(11.2 MHz), DoP / PCM conversion], FLAC/ALAC/WAV/AIFF (up to 384kHz), Ogg-Vorbis (up to 192 kHz)
* Requires iPhone 5s or later for DSD 11.2 MHz and above. MP3 not supported in HD Library.

Release Notes
• Upgrade to HD Player Pack via in-app purchase and experience 192 kHz/24-bit high-resolution FLAC, WAV, and DSD playback
• Hi-Res Audio files can be output to the Onkyo DAC-HA200 headphone amplifier via Lightning cable, and to other compatible USB DACs using a Lighting-USB camera adapter or the iPad Camera Connection Kit
• Supports DSD-to-PCM conversion and DoP output
• Transfer audio formats including FLAC and DSD to your device via the iTunes Apps menu on your personal computer
• Note that smooth operation may be compromised on older devices (iPhone 4 and below) when in HD Equalizer Mode due to high processing demands. Audio with a sampling rate exceeding 88.2 kHz output via the device’s headphone connection is downsampled to 48 kHz. Equalizer and crossfade functions are disabled when playing audio via DoP, and frequency response is not displayed.
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English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

Recommended for iPhone 4s or later, iPod touch (5th generation or later), iPad 2 or later, and iPad mini. Requires iOS9 or later.

What’s New

Version 2.13.0

・Added file browser function to copy files from iCloud and other apps to HFPlayer
・Changed to make the Hi-Res library available for 8 songs only in the free version
・Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Gokhan Tunc ,

Good BUT...

I bought this Onkyo HiFi Player and loved it so much. However, I have some issues with it.

I have a big flac and dsd library. I sorted everything with folders. Every playlist folder has many songs in it. But the problem is that when I import them to the player it shows all the songs in one list and don't seperate them by folder. So I cannot save each folder as a playlist :(

Could you guys add a "folder view" to the app? Also make it easy to add songs to a playlist (maybe selecting songs to add a playlists or selecting a whole folder to add a playlist). Also another thing, I decided to change the metatag of music files. So I changed the album tag for each song to make them belong to different playlists (like, song a's album is dance music and song b's album tag is slow music...). But this was hifi player ended up showing same album art for every song :(

M-100 owner ,

Good app but needs EQ improvement

I bought this for the EQ and high-resolution audio playback features. I think the EQ needs some improvement. Attempting to make a custom EQ on a smartphone is infuriating. You can’t be precise with a finger or thumb, once you let go of your perfect position it moves. It would be much better if you could simply type in X Hz into a box and specify + or - however many dBs for each added point.

Also I don’t like the fact that the EQ attempts to curve out each plot point. I would like an option to reduce its intensity so that it effects my EQ less, as sometimes the added curve makes the resultant response worse. Even better if you could add the ability to get rid of the curve altogether, that would be even better.

Shetlandrocks ,

Super Sound But.........

Love this app. I have an OnkyoNetwork streamer and a remote app so am used to the Onkyo environment. Have put the music app on my new 256g iPod Touch with the Hi Res paid upgrade and have successfully transferred all my FLAC and Hi Res albums to the Hi Res Library. However, the library will only show albums or songs. It will not show Artists to select a certain artist. Selecting Artist just goes to a blank page. This feature works just fine in the iPod library, but not in the Hi Res library.
I can’t find out how to contact the developer so hoping they read these reviews and will respond with help???
Would be 5 stars if I could just get it to sort by artist as I have over 600 albums to sort.

App Privacy

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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