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So I was wondering what do you people use for listening music? What kind of players would be good for mp3 and is there noticeable difference between them?
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I used to use the KMPlayer, but it couldn't play 24-bit FLAC files so I made the switch to Foobar2000. I still use the KMPlayer for videos even though using two media players annoys me cause it is wildly inefficient.
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when it comes down to just playing music files i dont think it really matters which you use, but some will be friendlier then others and some will have better customization features but does having these advance features affect the sound you hear when playing something, is extremely unlikely.

to answer your question, i use foobar2000, its simple with lots of customization features to change the look and feel of the player, as well as being able to add other functions through plugins like: lyrics, album art, etc. and best of all it uses low memory if kept simple and clean.

but still other players offer the same type of features so its just all preference.
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when it comes down to just playing music files i dont think it really matters which you use, but some will be friendlier then others and some will have better customization features but does having these advance features affect the sound you hear when playing something, is extremely unlikely.

to answer your question, i use foobar2000, its simple with lots of customization features to change the look and feel of the player, as well as being able to add other functions through plugins like: lyrics, album art, etc. and best of all it uses low memory if kept simple and clean.

but still other players offer the same type of features so its just all preference.


Thanks for reply. I have d/l it and it does use low memory. This is useful for me since I am on laptop and every bit helps.

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On Windows, I use foobar 2000 and media player classic home cinema.
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For music I personally use itunes. I like how I can add songs to it and they are automatically added and organized. I also know that a lot of people use frostwire to keep their music organized.
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Foobar2000. Customizable, lots of options. This weekend, I converted 22 CDs worth of untagged FLAC into tagged V0 MP3 within 40 minutes or so with FB2k (probably could've done it faster with more automation, though). Winamp is also good, but it's always been too cluttered for me.
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I use Zune for my mp3,s and wma's but I use WMP for wav's. I love the Zune software!
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Winamp just because it works easier with my rainmeter desktop
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