I'm open minded and like trying different things.
Help me with this... sincerely.
I googled "bit perfect" and all I got was http://bitperfectsound.com which is another 3rd part player, like Amarra, PureMusic, etc.
Is there a link / description where the phrase " bit perfect" is used with iTunes?
I believe you mentioned setting up iTunes for bit perfect. Where do I find that and what are the parameters?
I'm running iTunes 11
I enjoy HD Tracks high clock 24 bit recordings.
I also enjoy remastered CD's Sgt. Pepper, Rubber Soul, etc.
I don't think I can tell the difference between the two.
To me it's about the source.
The stuff on "mastered for iTunes" sounds very good.
I don't think I can tell the difference between those selections and HD Tracks.
Still if a recording is available on HD Tracks I will buy it there rather than iTunes.
If there wasn't a difference iTunes wouldn't have "mastered for iTunes".
I think the sound is noticeable over the vanilla versions. Ditto HD Tracks.
Regardless of my preferences, some pointers on iTunes optimization would be appreciated.
What are your preferred setting for ripping a CD into iTunes. I'm using AIFF and error checking. (Ya, big files)
I haven't looked, and I can find out for myself,.... But I'm asking. Can iTunes be configured for an outboard DAC?
Is is just a matter of going into Midi and setting the outboard port?