Users have voiced complaints about one significant problem with the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro since their release. DACs didn’t function with the recent Pixel 6. Despite the fact that this has been a significant problem, it appears that the June Pixel update has finally resolved it.

We learned about the Direct USB Access functionality that would be included in the future June Pixel update before the end of March. In essence, this enables the Pixel 6 to interact with external DACs (digital-to-analog converters) and delegate all of the processing of Hi-Fi music to them. The problem began when a DAC required complete control over audio processing; at that point, the Pixel 6 and any DAC didn’t appear to get along.

Users on Reddit have reported that the current version does in fact cure the defective DAC system on the Pixel 6 while some are still waiting for the June update to reach their Pixels. Giving an app exclusive access to a DAC works just fine, According to these users . Users used USB Audio Player Pro to compare the disparity between the audio quality heard and the audio quality anticipated. This software, which is well-known for enabling users to listen to high-quality music, is now fully functional on the Pixel 6.

Although we haven’t had a chance to fully test the new DAC compatibility, we anticipate that many Pixel 6 owners who have been holding onto a DAC and haven’t had a chance to utilize it properly yet would find it to be a comfort. Have you tried using an external DAC since installing the June Pixel update? If you notice enhanced audio quality or a better overall experience, please let us know!

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