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In Reply to: RE: Yes, I've played multichannel in Audirvana................ posted by Kal Rubinson on July 11, 2017 at 16:42:41
. . . because iTunes has a WAY BETTER user interface (IMHO) than, for instance, HQ Player does. Too bad about all of iTunes' other limitations. As my library of multi-channel files continues to grow, I find myself (of necessity!) using iTunes less and less.
I did try it a couple of times, almost by default on a couple of machines. However, I found the UI totally counter-intuitive and the format/program constraints unacceptable for classical music.
That was a long time ago, so things might be a bit different now but I use programs that are much more configurable and which have little or no constraints on how I use them or on what files I can play (including the rare AIFF).
I know of nothing about it to tempt me.
iTunes will not allow a multi-channel aiff file to be added to its database, so the only way that Audirvana can play multi-channel files is via its own database. (So compatibility mode needs to be switched off in order to play the multi-channel file.)
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