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Is there a media player that can read ReplayGain tags from the music files and adjust play volume accordingly? Also it will be appreciated if it can live scrobble playing tracks to a chosen Last.fm profile.

As a bonus: Can it display currently playing song to a bluetooth handsfree with screen, like SE MW600?

Thanks in advance.

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I finally have decided to "normalize" all my music, specially for the car radio. The good thing is that you can revert ReplayGain changes easily losslessly. –  benjavalero Jan 5 '11 at 20:34
    
Normalization is not the same as what ReplayGain does as the latter is way better. –  Saxtus Jan 6 '11 at 4:10
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Winamp supports ReplayGain in its desktop versions, so the Android version might also support it (I'm not positive, but it seems reasonable). It definitely does support scrobbling, though I've not used it myself. You could give that a try and see if it fits your needs.

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DeaDBeeF supports replaygain and many file formats. Also has a nice interface, but its integration with the standard music library is not as good. Still, well worth a try.

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