Last post by AlexVallat -
I don't understand why there should be a compilation error, particularly as the amazon-audiobooks-com.boo script doesn't have PageEncoding anywhere in it. The only script with a PageEncoding in it is amazon-mp3-com.boo. That one doesn't cause compilation errors for me either, but had stopped returning results, so I've uploaded a fixed version of it.
Last post by Artie -
My favorite is a tie between my Sennheiser HD 280 Pro's and my BeyerDynamic DT 770 Pro's. Both are excellent but the Senn's have a little more bass "punch". I think the Beyer's are more accurate, while the Senn's are more fun. If that makes any sense.
Last post by polemon -
Sennheiser HD650 (the HD600 are also good, no idea if they still sell them): I like using them around the house, etc. Beyerdynamic DT 1350: Split head band, they're very comfortable at work, they don't fall off when you look up, etc. Beyerdynamic DT 290 MK II: Headset. Just a good headset with a microphone.
Last post by Pollux88 -
I've been noticing for a long time that stop after current feature often did not trigger when activated close to the end of the track. I gave it some thought and noticed that i had a rather high buffer length set in the options just in case. I lowered it down to a couple of seconds and now stop after current seems to work just fine. Not a huge issue or anything, but if it is buffer dependent, perhaps it shouldn't be.
Last post by magicgoose -
It would be more revealing to look at the spectrogram which is 3 dimension graph (time, frequency, energy). This image doesn't show how it changes over time. But given the "hill" at the right side on this image I can tell it's a conversion from DSD with high confidence.
is it normal PCM dithering?
if there are more than 20 bits and you see it on the spectrogram without any amplification then it's not normal PCM dithering. it's either DSD noise leftovers, or just a noisy record.