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Which audio player do you use?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by (Filipe), Jan 7, 2011.

  1. (Filipe)

    (Filipe)Experienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    (This topic is a bit stupid)

    Today I was listening to music with WMP(windows media player) and I realized that program was kinda stupid , it's ugly , slow , and it's library( something like that) it's a complete mess. :ecouteurs:
    So, has the title says "Which audio player do you use?" ;)
     

  2. vAsSiLy77

    vAsSiLy77Experienced Member Uploader Experienced member Forum Member


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    foobar 2000, because it doesn't has codec-problems with .flac files for example, a mp3-converter is integrated if someone wants flac- or wma-files made usable on mobile media. keeping playlists or libraries is a bit uncomfortable, but the program is small and fast. good alternative is the vlc-player, it's a video player too and there are codec-packs avaliable to make it a good all-rounder.
     
  3. nodz

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    itunes - when importing files, whether it be off cd, downloading etc, set it's preferences to import .mp3 not .ac4 (itunes format) and then files are converted for any player, media device to use.
     
  4. snookams

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    yep i use itunes because i'm a masochist and love mp4 files taking all my hardrive space and waiting forever for the program to load
     
  5. nodz

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    Never had that trouble. I run it on my netbook that only has a 1.6GHz processor and 1Gb or RAM and no optical drives. Doesn't take ages to load or play and all files are .mp3 not .mp4 or .ac4. They are converted when downloaded or imported which reduces file size.
     
  6. (Filipe)

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    thank you all , i was thinking in using itunes, but wanted to hear your opinions first ;)
     
  7. butcher

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    itunes, cos i gotz an ipod. Takes ages to load for me too.
    better go make a post in the confessional thread.... :ecouteurs:
     
  8. snookams

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    heh yeah i have an ipod too. what can i say, it fits in my pocket nicely and didn't cost me a cent :]
     
  9. NumberLast

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    I use the Zune player, had one before the cheap pece of shit fell apart. Still I like the layout of it and I'm accustomed to it. Also it loads in the blink of an eye
     
  10. ungovernable

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    I been using winamp for over 10 years
     
  11. (Filipe)

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    But there is a problem with all of them, they all auto-"organize" my music , and it gets stupid because they make something like this (this currently real)
    "The Adicts" and another band called "Addicts" , that makes me sick , and also some of them which I have organized In my music folder, appear as "Unknown Artist" if you know how to solve my problem , please say :)
     
  12. punkmar77

    punkmar77Experienced Member Staff Member Uploader Admin Team Experienced member


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    The solution Filipe is:

    Go into each file individually and re-do the 'properties' AKA song title, author, album, etc. etc.
     
  13. (Filipe)

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    thank you :p , but that would take like one entire day :ecouteurs:
     
  14. DirtyRottenThrashPunk

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    I use iTunes, and since I never buy anything from them, I use it for free :D
     
  15. DZA

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    Media Monkey is definitely worth trying. I use it and love it.
     
  16. ZmobieBoy

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    foobar2000 for listening, iTunes for syncing with my iPod.
     
  17. (Filipe)

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    that one foobar2000 , seems nice ;)
     
  18. Contamination

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    You can use Winamp to sync (most) Mp3 players. Its what i use to listen/sync. I use itunes to burn cds.
     
  19. KAAOS-82

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    A Marantz TT240 automatic stop direct drive turntable with a Sherwood AI-7010 Amplifier with an AKAI stack which includes Radio, cassette and CD player accompanied with 2 L&D 32 inch speakers and 2 HMV 18 inch speakers. If your going to listen to music. Do it properly. \m/
     
  20. Bentheanarchist

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    I download music through mediafire and sync it to my sansa MP3 player.
     
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