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ABX Media Players

Do you hear any difference in output when you switch between player app A and B?

Here's a comparison test with a different twist (I hope!)....

Take a bunch of CD Rips (in WAV format if possible - so there is no conflict whether the format is the issue) and play them on two different PC based media players - eg. FB2K, MonkeyMedia, VLC and others - at the same time.

Listen carefully using your best DAC and best pair of headphones.

I do this on Windows OS by playing both in sync, then opening Volume Mixer and muting one app or the other. Make sure they are output level-matched.

Of course turn Off all additional processing like equalization etc!

So what's your result, 1, 2 or 3?

1. I don't hear any difference.
2. Slight difference, hard to pin down exactly what it is.
3. Huge difference (eg. "one is shrill, the other smooth sounding", etc)

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Re: ABX Media Players

Reply #1
If you want to test if there is a difference, just record the output and check. 


 
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