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I know there are a lot out there like winamp, foobar, and VLC.

Have you experienced better sound on any audio player or are they all the same?

I'm looking for one that has a lot of presets to make music sound better. Been searching the web for an hour till I gave up and decided to ask some experts here
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Originally Posted by Gauntlet3h View Post

I know there are a lot out there like winamp, foobar, and VLC.

Have you experienced better sound on any audio player or are they all the same?

I'm looking for one that has a lot of presets to make music sound better. Been searching the web for an hour till I gave up and decided to ask some experts here
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The player itself doesn't matter too much. What matters is that your music is in .FLAC and you are getting really good audio files or CD rips.

I personally like foobar 2K simply because of how versatile it is.
 

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The best, right now, is JPlay, run in mini and hibernate with a stripped down OS. (99 euros)

If you're just using a sound cad and powered speakers it's probably not for you.

Have a look a JRiver though. Kernal streaming, WASAPI or AsIO. ($49)

Both only play FLAC, APE, ALAC, WMI, AIFF and WAV .
Both have free demos.
 
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Originally Posted by billbartuska View Post

The best, right now, is JPlay, run in mini and hibernate with a stripped down OS. (99 euros)

If you're just using a sound cad and powered speakers it's probably not for you.

Have a look a JRiver though. Kernal streaming, WASAPI or AsIO. ($49)

Both only play FLAC, APE, ALAC, WMI, AIFF and WAV .
Both have free demos.
Jriver plays mp3s. I use it for them.
 
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