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In Reply to: RE: Why? posted by John Elison on January 28, 2017 at 12:35:22
I cannot tolerate the user interface on the Oppos. I prefer JRiver on a big screen or, if necessary, a small one.
Well, I never tried JRiver--only Foobar2000. What does JRiver do that Foobar2000 doesn't?
Anyway, I really don't want a computer user interface in my audio system. As you say: "To each his own."
I used Foobar2000 only briefly a number of years ago and found it challenging to set up. For some reason, JRiver was more intuitive but equally capable. I cannot describe differences since I never compared them back-to-back and I tried them at different stages in the evolution of my experiences.
JRMC does not present a "computer user interface" although that is always available. I use a graphic interface with menu options. What I really like is the ability to do almost anything with almost any hardware including NAS, USB, HDD and numerous DACS, all with the same GUI.
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