When HTC entered into cooperation with Dr. Dre’s Beats Audio and invested $300 million many analysts and geeks thought the Taiwanese company would have no competitor in the market, because by this move it would beat Sony
Ericsson with its Walkman and even Nokia, which is cooperating with Monster. But now it’s clear Beats Audio has nothing to do with hardware — it’s simply an advanced audio equalizer. Thus any handset running Android 2.3 Gingerbread and higher can enjoy its presence.
On the whole, there are a few handsets supporting Beats Audio tech. The pioneer was the HTC Rezound, which ensured high sales volumes due to THIS feature. Afterwards the company launched several handsets with it. Now we have the One series smartphones supporting this technology.
You don’t have to buy an expensive HTC One X or another high-end smartphone only to listen to music with no noise, because XDA forum member fuss132 has found a way to port the Beats equalizer to all Gingerbread devices. The first experiment was made on the Motorola Photon 4G and it worked perfectly. No doubt this method works. Honestly, it’s not that difficult as Equalization refers to the removal of unwanted noises, which will provide natural music.