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In Reply to: RE: Best sounding application I've heard on a Mac Mini... posted by bullethead on April 19, 2017 at 20:46:38
I rip to AIFF using iTunes but I am pretty sure the Bit Perfect plug in allows iTunes to play Hi Rez and even DSD (I don't have a DSD DAC at the moment so I really don't know).
I can use iTunes with Bit Perfect and Audirvana but that's about all I know.
Could not believe Bit Perfect would sound better for $10 than Audirvana for quite a bit more?
Don't recall now.
Edits: 04/19/17Follow Ups:
ok, I'll have a look at HQ Player first.
I started ripping everything to FLAC over 10 years ago. This Macbook I have was my first Mac really since I had a Powerbook G4 that used an IBM PowerPC chip. I've always been Linux. I use Red Hat linux most of the time to get stuff done. When I surf the web I'm on a Chromebook Pixel.
Wonder what the folks at Google think of you music preferences.
If you use a Chromebook, the Google Guys know EVERYTHING you do! ;-)
I love the Google Guys, I just wish I would have invested in them before their stock went through the roof!
I have Google Music subscription too. The Chromebook Pixel can also run Android apps on it, for close to $1,500 it better :)
My music preferences are all over the place, one day Classical, the next day Death Metal. I like to branch out.
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