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post #736 of 744

Yup, bought BitPerfect, very pleased for $10 and it does exactly what I wanted.

post #737 of 744

If I'm using an external USB DAC, which SRC setting do I want?

post #738 of 744
Thread Starter 

Generally speaking any of the SoX options will outperform Core Audio. As to choosing between linear, intermediate and minimum, I think you're best trusting your ears.

post #739 of 744

I second the SoX - Ive used it for years now. Its still the best. Min phase IMHO.....

post #740 of 744

Just notice, the EQ on iTunes doesn't work if Bit Perfect is running. Is this expected or I am missing something?

post #741 of 744
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Originally Posted by headwhacker View Post

Just notice, the EQ on iTunes doesn't work if Bit Perfect is running. Is this expected or I am missing something?
That's to be expected. When BitPerfect is active, it actually takes over the playing duties from iTunes. All iTunes does at that point is to provide a pretty interface for you to tell BitPerfect which files to play.
post #742 of 744

Ok, thanks

post #743 of 744

Been using BP for years as well and I can hear no difference with more expensive options.

IMO this piece of software is way underpriced for how good it performs and seamlessly interoperates with iTunes, which is exactly what I wanted.

Recently bought DSD Master as well. Phenomenal how it makes a file that can be imported into iTunes, played back through your Dac as a DSD file as well as a ALAC file when not going through the Dac.

One thing I wish for in Bitperfect that will probably never come is the option of equalisation.

post #744 of 744
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Originally Posted by AppleheadMay View Post
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One thing I wish for in BitPerfect that will probably never come is the option of equalisation.

 

Actually, we are very interested in providing EQ as a future enhancement.  We are looking at various ways of incorporating generic DSP into our audio engine that can be implemented without sacrificing audio quality to an unacceptable degree.  If we can do that, EQ becomes an attractive candidate for one of the things we can implement with it.  It won't happen in the short term, though, but at least "NEVER" is not the correct timeframe :)

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