Well, I gave those away, I didn't like them at all. You can try cheap ones but you still have to try great grands. One of my favorite brands is Audio-Technica, they have quite cheap ones, also of course another great brand is Sennheiser but look into Sony, Philips, JVC, Koss for cheaper ones.
Did you check that link I sent you? They have good headphones for all prices.
As I still haven't found a clear winner, I've decided I'll try a very cheap model which should also be decent and, if I'm not satisfied with that, I'll switch to a pricier one. The model I've chosen is the Xiaomi Piston 3 (which I've found available on AliExpress from Xiaomi's official store for about 8$, shipping included). I've read that it doesn't provide a very good isolation: maybe that can be improved by replacing the provided tips? (If that's true, what kind of tips would you recommend to me?).
Thanks in advance!
@Rollin: well, OK... I can leave with that, still good to know that it is something that possibly can be fixed if I dig deeper.
I see that there are no waveforms from 3gp files recorded only with Sony Ericsson E15i (Android based), also known as Xperia X8 if I am not mistaken. Files recorded with other phones (some Nokia, Sony Ericsson - various models non-Android based, some camera) work fine and indeed display waveforms... LOL...
@Zao : if problem with Westbam Mvid is that file itself is malformed and incorrectly reports its length / ffmpeg can not read it properly and pass it to foobar - OK, I have no pretensions that it can not be fixed - totally bad input = bad output
But for other supposedly broken files from the package I only ask for not discarding data that were calculated for initial blocks and displayed before error occurred. Their length is reported properly so base condition for waveform seekbar component exist. I intentionally added there 1 file or 2 files, that display full wavefom, despite they also throw decoding/playback error at the very end. Also I noticed that incomplete downloads still allow to display not disappearing waveform, despite they are also malformed at the time when they still download and playback decoders throw errors on them.
Of course I don't expect anything to be fixed immediately. Just when next release will be planned for whatever reason, you can consider also not clearing seekbar when certain errors occur, but leaving empty space in it instead - as for incomplete downloads happens now.
What kind of noise or distortion does a marginal USB cable make?None whatsoever.
I don't think that any of the common audiophile descriptions fit.
'course not. Audiophools, not audiophiles, make it look like it behaves as some sort of analogic media, when it is obviously does not.
Being digital, all those zeros and ones will either get to the other side or not, or, in more realistic terms and as Saratoga's pointed out, the device will be recogzined or not. So no "noise" is supposed to be generated from that.
It's an old thread but there has been some changes with asio vs wasapi. With an ASUS essence stx, if use ASIO, it's louder than wasapi but not as much as before the Creator update from windows 10. Wasapi has a better sound now which can be hard to dicern when we don't have the right hardware to listen to it. ASIO is still the best but Wasapi is VERY close behind.
Also because of the " creator update" those who own a DAC can see that windows can play now 24/192 at the USB output. IT might be 32/196 but anyway, I've red that it has been changed since the creator update. Cheers !
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@EpicForever Thank you so much, it works.
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Right, so it is not only safe but also worth to try.2kohm headphone? was that a spelling error?
most headphones run just fine on most DAPs. will they provide the highest fidelity in the world, maybe not. but between dysfunctional and utopian perfection there is still a wide area where things simply work and the music is pretty cool.
a few DAPs won't go very loud so that's already a good reason to check the specs and make an approximation of your needs. then a few DAPs might suck a little into 600ohm but that's also pretty rare. they have way more chances to suck when plugged into some super sensitive 10ohm IEM, based on my limited experience.
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@arch21: I found the reason for problems with FLV. Declaration was wrong:
*.flv, *.fla (note the coma)
while it should be:
*.flv; *.fla (note the semicolon) - now it works as it should.
Regarding your problem with codec name representation - you need to use function "Tagging / Reload info from file(s)" in context menu for affected files.
@zermy: sure, files seem to have errors and are remuxed already, however if they can be played back as they are - then it would be nice if error handling in any component that is used to process them could still allow to build waveforms for them - but it seems it is up to foo_waveform_seekbar to make it happen.
Also try to delete DeskbandControls.json in config folder and restart explorer, that should fix it, I guess...
I just deleted it, but I sent the file in email to you. My explorer is fine now. If you come up with the reason for conflict, I will try installing again. I like the program, one thing that would cool is the ability to switch playlists.
Ohh, one more thing before the crashes, I also changed the number of songs to be displayed.