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Check out reference-audio-analyzer which has predicted frequency response change for a given headphone / source impedance:
http://reference-audio-analyzer.pro/en/report/hp/akg-k-240-studio.php#rw6

So in this case for 20 ohms source impedance, you're looking at +1.5dB at 100Hz, and +1dB at 10kHz and above.
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Enclose the query in single quotes? Try
'Richard "Groove" Holmes'
and see what you get?

Also no items returned.
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General - (fb2k) / Re: Literal double quotes in query syntax
Last post by Porcus -
Enclose the query in single quotes? Try
'Richard "Groove" Holmes'
and see what you get?
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By screenshot(s), is this a jukebox program that only plays Rush? If so, it is a cool jukebox gag.

(Will six VU meters suffice for an analog kid?)
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Going out on a guess here but did you try $char()? For " it's $char(34). So perhaps Richard "$char(34)"Groove"$char(34)" Holmes.
I just tried your suggestion and I got an "invalid filter expression" warning.
I also tried "$char(34)Groove$char(34)" which did not trigger the warning, but still no items were returned.
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If you have a file that it fails to play, please make it available to me and I'll investigate.
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Going out on a guess here but did you try $char()? For " it's $char(34). So perhaps Richard "$char(34)"Groove"$char(34)" Holmes.
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Does it allow WASAPI or ASIO output (i.e., bit-perfect data streaming)?
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General - (fb2k) / Literal double quotes in query syntax
Last post by davideleo -
Double quotation marks are a special character in foobar2000 query syntax, so how can I compare a metadata field with a string that includes literal double quotes? For example what should the query expression be in order to return all library items where the artist is Richard "Groove" Holmes?
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Just an info: when will be released as stable? Since in the middle of playing an IMA ADPCM file (one of recently recorded university lessons) it stops playing with the now usual error of "Unsupported file"…