Can you help me.
Witch software player do i install in windows for listening to lossless and hi res music .
I use Winamp for MP3's, and I use KM Player for FLAC, Winamp does support FLAC but I found it handles them terribly, and can often lock up my PC when using them on Winamp.
Do I google search for Windows (X) codec pack then download and install it, you can then use Windows Media Player to play virtually every file format available.
Hope this helps
X = The OS you are using
I use AVS media player for my studio quality FLAC downloads.
You can download codecs to play 'em in Windows Media Player, but this adds a 'conversion' into the process, and I found the files didn't sound quite as good as AVS media player, which is free by the way.
Foobar is really quick and simple and uses little resources. Highyl regarded by many people.
I use jRiver for both. It's excellent. New version is due soon.
Better use player with ability direct access to DAC/souncard hardware (ASIO, wasapi, DoP-DSD).
It allow avoid resamplig/re-bit-depth into windows driver.
foobar allow use ASIO, WASAPI.
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VoodooDoctor wrote:I use jRiver for both. It's excellent. New version is due soon.
Agree. JRiver Media Centre is the best I have found yet for replay of all hiRes including DSD / DSF files. I have the new version and it is money well spent.
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That's exactly what is very usefull for getting 'good' sound out of your PC.
JRiver is best in everything multimedia.
On Mac OS X it's Audirvana+ 2.
hybridauth_Facebook_100006728620483 wrote:Better use player with ability direct access to DAC/souncard hardware (ASIO, wasapi, DoP-DSD).It allow avoid resamplig/re-bit-depth into windows driver.foobar allow use ASIO, WASAPI.
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