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Old 4th June 2015, 01:56   #18
Tohno_Neil
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Originally Posted by Tohno_Neil View Post
high-resample

http://forums.winamp.com/showpost.ph...93&postcount=6

You say,IT'S NOT A GOOD IDEA!

When turn on Winamp 24bit output:
Original file (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Winamp output (24bit,44.1k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)
or
Original file (24bit,48k/Hz) → winamp output (24bit,48k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)


When turn off winamp 24bit output:
Original file (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Winamp output (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)
or
Original file (16bit,48k/Hz) → winamp output (16bit,48k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)
I used smart phone until a little while ago,and now I turn on my laptop found the mistake,it should be:

When turn off winamp 24bit output:
Original file (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Winamp output (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)
or
Original file (24bit,48k/Hz) → winamp output (16bit,48k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)


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Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
T Your report says that you are not using the DSPs you have installed.
I usually use Winamp VST Host plug-in:
http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?t=379620


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Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
A guy in Russia was developing an output plug-in that resamples and remixes (if necessary) the original file's output to make the bit depth and sampling frequency and the number of output channels match that which is set in the Windows control panel sound utility or have Winamp's bit depth, sampling frequency, and the number of output channels match what is encoded in the original file. In either case the output is sent directly to the sound device driver and bypasses Windows processing. It was mostly finished and worked well except for some problems in the last release with it's configuration screen and minor compatibility issues with Winamp's Jump to File Extra plug-in. But no one has heard from him in over 2 years. Maybe he'll show back up.

A few people still use it ,even with it's issues (http://maiko.elementfx.com/ and http://maiko.elementfx.com/forum/index.php?topic=7.0). There is a long thread in the Development sub-forum (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?t=302485), near the end is some discussion on remaining problems and how to work around the configuration issues.
Thanks and good luck.

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Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
Sound quality depends on far more than the digital music player, with or without it's 'enhancements' (replay gain, equalizing, etc).
When I set pre-amp to 0, and the Winamp equalizer to "flat", they(replay gain, equalizing) accurately didn't work.
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