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post #106 of 213
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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post

Yes, import theme. Does it look like mine? If so, you did it right :)

how to check? as in same as the config icon pic. then  yep. Thx

 

Did u adjust the EQ for the player?

 

CAn notice the diff between mp3 and FLAC :)


Edited by layers - 11/27/12 at 10:44pm
post #107 of 213
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how to check? as in same as the config icon pic. then  yep. Thx

 

Did u adjust the EQ for the player?

 

CAn notice the diff between mp3 and FLAC :)

No, there is no eq. If you want EQ click view and then equalizer.

Take your FLAC and encode it to V0 or 320 using dBpoweramp.. You won't hear a difference. If you can tell the difference right now it's either in your head, or it's an encoding error. I can tell the difference when the bitrate is too low (any lower than 192, 128 is painfully obvious, for example). I can also tell when an mp3 is a few years old (the encoders just weren't as good back then).

 

Also, you don't have to use dBpoweramp. It's just what I use, because I have it.

post #108 of 213
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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post

No, there is no eq. If you want EQ click view and then equalizer.

Take your FLAC and encode it to V0 or 320 using dBpoweramp.. You won't hear a difference. If you can tell the difference right now it's either in your head, or it's an encoding error. I can tell the difference when the bitrate is too low (any lower than 192, 128 is painfully obvious, for example). I can also tell when an mp3 is a few years old (the encoders just weren't as good back then).

 

Also, you don't have to use dBpoweramp. It's just what I use, because I have it.

lol your r right the other mp3 file is of lower quality

post #109 of 213

JRiver Media Center is the best software audio player IMHO.

post #110 of 213

I use Foobar for playback and MusicBee for library management. So what I do is have my library set up in MusicBee, and when i click to play a song it launches Foobar immediately and plays it through there. Best of both worlds :)

 

 

700

post #111 of 213
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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post

foobar

No, seriously foobar. I can upload my setup if you want it.

Yes his set up... is a standard option... the first time you start foo bar you can set it up that way... it's pretty simple!

post #112 of 213
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Originally Posted by beaver316 View Post

I use Foobar for playback and MusicBee for library management. So what I do is have my library set up in MusicBee, and when i click to play a song it launches Foobar immediately and plays it through there. Best of both worlds :)

 

 

700

I feel you there, I had to do a little work to get my Library set up how I wanted in Foo Bar but I still love the way it organizes things! Plus you guys

 

 

FOO BAR DOES AUDIO CONVERSION... JUST LIKE DB POWER AMP, so yea it's a GREAT program! 

post #113 of 213

Foobar 2000

post #114 of 213
foobar2000 v1.2. for my pc. and lossless player for my android
post #115 of 213

Which is easier to use Foobar or dBpoweramp?

post #116 of 213

Another vote for JRiver MC. Great stuff.

post #117 of 213
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Originally Posted by coachenzo View Post

Which is easier to use Foobar or dBpoweramp?

Don't know dBpoweramp, but Foobar isn't really difficult to use, you just need to get used to it. And it is a great sounding player!

post #118 of 213
I use foobar but I don't use FLAC. To be honest, I'd rather use WMP if it had WASAPI or ASIO support (I really like the interface though I've configured Foobar to my liking). I use WMA lossless because that works wonderfully on PC (tags, album art, everything) and on my Lumia 920. Mp3tag does awesome job in tagging.
Edited by Anarion - 2/12/13 at 5:30am
post #119 of 213
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Originally Posted by Anarion View Post

I use foobar but I don't use FLAC. To be honest, I'd rather use WMP if it had WASAPI or ASIO support (I really like the interface though I've configured Foobar to my liking). I use WMA lossless because that works wonderfully on PC (tags, album art, everything) and on my Lumia 920. Mp3tag does awesome job in tagging.

What's wrong with FLAC format for you?

post #120 of 213

Foobar2000 & MediaMonkey.....sorry itunes

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