Dolby Headphone Wrapper DSP Reply #50 – 2006-07-03 05:20:29 I just wanted to express my gratitude to Chungalin for adding this great fuctionality to Foobar. I have been ripping my CD's to wav files using itunes (for the proper artist/album/track names), processing them using the dolby DSP and a bit of EQ and then importing the processed waves back to itunes as AAC's for use in ipod. This has made the ipod listening experience with ear-canal phones (Sony MDR EX90) a very pleasant one. The low end feels right, there is a real sound stage and the sound is not thin and weak anymore.I like the Dolby algorithm better than the AKG Hearo and 4front plugins. The Hearo is also decent sounding, but has some weird artifacts that sound like clipping even with low level sounds. But, even if it didn't have any artifacts I still could not print its effect to file.The Dolby DSP with Foobar solution is just great. One nice side effect of using it is less of a need for volume in order to hear the mix properly. When everything is dry, I find myself turning up the volume in order to appreciate the recording. With the Dolby process, even at low volumes everything falls nicely in place. All portable players should come with a similar processor build in.To Chungalin:One little bug I discovered is that the conversion with Dolby DSP can not take place in the background during playback of the same file or there will be dropouts/hickups and they will get printed to the converted file. Maybe you could put some safeguards in place in the code so that the background processing does its thing regardless of what else Foobar is doing? Thanks again.