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Is that the J-River Media Jukebox?
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Yep. I've been holding off moving to it for some reason (I guess I'm just used to Foobar).

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post #2533 of 37777
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Originally Posted by wigseryc View Post
Is that the J-River Media Jukebox?
As Aura already claimed ... yep.

Man ... it's so nice.

I was using Foobar briefly too but found it to be a PITA to configure for my own particular listening preferences. Otherwise, Foobar is also a kick arse option.

Re: Media Juke ...

The one thing I love is the various views and how easy and accessible they are.

I ESPECIALLY love and must have the ability to browse my collection via it's folder structure ... this alone sold me on Media Juke (as well as ASIO support).

I'm totally exacting in the building of hard drive folders by genre/artists and this is the easiest way to browse and play .... I was so stoked when I saw the "Disk Location" option for choosing files to play.

I'm also fairly exacting in my usage of ID tags but I hardly ever browse/play according to such.

    
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As Aura already claimed ... yep.

Man ... it's so nice.

I was using Foobar briefly too but found it to be a PITA to configure for my own particular listening preferences. Otherwise, Foobar is also a kick arse option.

Re: Media Juke ...

The one thing I love is the various views and how easy and accessible they are.

I ESPECIALLY love and must have the ability to browse my collection via it's folder structure ... this alone sold me on Media Juke (as well as ASIO support).

I'm totally exacting in the building of hard drive folders by genre/artists and this is the easiest way to browse and play .... I was so stoked when I saw the "Disk Location" option for choosing files to play.

I'm also fairly exacting in my usage of ID tags but I hardly ever browse/play according to such.

Another awesome feature of JRiver is the ability to right click on any song/album and get cover art from the internet. It automatically updates it based on certain criteria.

Granted there are some albums that have to be done manually, but overall its one of the best music apps I've ever used.

The only contention is that it will not play mp4 files over 64 characters in length. Don't ask how I found that out.
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Does anyone here own a tube amp that they really recommend for rock/classical/electronica with the Grado GS-1000?....haha sry to intrude, haven't been on this forum for a while.

I had the RA-1 and it wasn't....good enough, kinda muddy and the detail wasn't really any better than my Denon receiver. And also the WA6 only had one input, so that was rather annoying, sounds better than the RA-1 though.
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Does anyone here own a tube amp that they really recommend for rock/classical/electronica with the Grado GS-1000?....haha sry to intrude, haven't been on this forum for a while.

I had the RA-1 and it wasn't....good enough, kinda muddy and the detail wasn't really any better than my Denon receiver. And also the WA6 only had one input, so that was rather annoying, sounds better than the RA-1 though.
http://www.singlepower.com/

Really some of the best tubes out there.
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Sort of headphone related, but have any of you seen this:



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It's a Scythe Kama Bay Amp, and it looks quite innovative. Be interesting to see how it performs huh?


Edit - Why the hell can't i post images from other OVerclocking forums!? That's pretty silly. TinyUrl FTW.
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Originally Posted by m11a1 View Post
Does anyone here own a tube amp that they really recommend for rock/classical/electronica with the Grado GS-1000?....haha sry to intrude, haven't been on this forum for a while.

I had the RA-1 and it wasn't....good enough, kinda muddy and the detail wasn't really any better than my Denon receiver. And also the WA6 only had one input, so that was rather annoying, sounds better than the RA-1 though.
millet hybrid max is very good a Grado. Almost what my PPX3 was at a fraction the cost.
MPX3 Slam is very very good. Really love mine... Hate to see it go, but know it'll get more use at its new home

If youre looking at sp amps go with a slam edition.
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Sort of headphone related, but have any of you seen this:



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It's a Scythe Kama Bay Amp, and it looks quite innovative. Be interesting to see how it performs huh?


Edit - Why the hell can't i post images from other OVerclocking forums!? That's pretty silly. TinyUrl FTW.
Yeah it's kinda like the sonic impact t-amp, I wonder how the headphone amp on it is compared to the sonic impact gen 2, maybe it can drive more than 32 ohms.
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almost forgot to mention the akiedo amp. Its another DIY amp, but sounded great with both rs1 and ms1
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