CD's with pre-emphasis: Cddeemph vs SoX vs Foobar2000 2018-06-19 16:11:29 Hi, this is my first post here.Being in the process of finally ripping my CD's with pre-emphasis, I have some questions.In the wiki - http://wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=Pre-emphasis - the following is stated:"WaveEmph, SoX, and all of the foobar2000 plug-ins have been tested and produce nearly identical output. The differences are minuscule and inaudible."In the same wiki it is also stated that "cddeemph (Windows) - processes multiple WAV files with audiophile quality filter."I tend to interpret these quotes as if WaveEmph, SoX and foobar2000 are good enough for de-emphasizing, but also that cddemph is slightly better than the others based on the expression "audiophile quality filter". Is this true or am I just reading too much into those words?Also, reading from the russian download link for cddemph it seems that it uses dithering after the 16-bit filter, or alternately 64 bit-floating point raw pcm at the output for further Noise Shaping and conversion to 16 bit (Adobe Audition seems to be recommended by the cddeemph developer for the latter task).Is cddeemph unique in using these techniques, or does SoX / Foobar2000 also use them or similar techniques? I can't find any info on this on the SoX site or in the manual.