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    WBF Technical Expert (Speakers & Audio Equipment)/Member Sponsor [Technical Expert] garylkoh's Avatar
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    Actually, it happened almost as many times the other way around. They would be saying to each other how quiet, dynamic and clean the digital was and then I'd walk over and take off the record and the music stopped. I would say that there were equal numbers of analog cliques and digital cliques walking around this way. It was very nice, though, that this year I had quite a number of father&son visitors.
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    Gary-I'm having some issues with foo_touchremote. It keeps crashing foobar. It's only installing one dll. I have tried 3 different versions and they all crash.

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    Is Foobar a "memory" player? Would something like JRiver or Jplay sound better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbbert View Post
    Is Foobar a "memory" player? Would something like JRiver or Jplay sound better?
    I don't know. All I know is that Foobar sounds damn good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mep View Post
    Gary-I'm having some issues with foo_touchremote. It keeps crashing foobar. It's only installing one dll. I have tried 3 different versions and they all crash.
    Mark, here's where to download the Touch Remote: http://wintense.com/plugins/foo_touchremote

    It's a zip file and it contains foo_touchremote plus 3 more .dll files. It is now a full DACP server. You have to install all four .dll files into the components directory of your foobar installation.

    Please keep me posted with any and all problems. I'll make sure to update the instructions.
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    Thanks Gary. I will try this tomorrow and see if I can get it to work. I appreciate the time you took to write the article. I'm looking forward to seeing if there any differences between XP Pro and Win 7 with regards to sound quality. Not to mention the hundred or so changes you had me make to the software!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mep View Post
    Thanks Gary. I will try this tomorrow and see if I can get it to work. I appreciate the time you took to write the article. I'm looking forward to seeing if there any differences between XP Pro and Win 7 with regards to sound quality. Not to mention the hundred or so changes you had me make to the software!
    You mean you didn't listen at every change to see if you can hear a difference??
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbbert View Post
    Is Foobar a "memory" player? Would something like JRiver or Jplay sound better?
    It isn't.
    But some use it this way by increasing the buffer to a size big enough to contain the entire track.
    As I don’t use Foobar can’t tell you the specifics.
    Maybe this link is of use: http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/...p?showforum=28

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    I have now bought and I am using dBpoweramp to rip some of my CDs. All my rips have been accurate, but most of them show a very low number of matches - around 4 or 5 in classical music. Does this indicate that the number of registered users is very low? The maximum match grade I could see was 92 with "Buena Vista Social Club".

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    Quote Originally Posted by microstrip View Post
    Does this indicate that the number of registered users is very low?
    The number is indeed the amount of rips having the same checksum as yours
    Pop music is called pop because it is popular.
    Classical music is not popular so you will find a far lower number.

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