Thanks!Ooh cool il download this later and see what I think. Pretty cool it's got a free trial too, I've used deezer and tidal before. Both were excellent but have never heard of this one. Will give it a go and report back
... maybe...If you have music stored on the pc and exclusively dont stream anything then it might be worth it
yeah, but, turning off Exclusive Mode, then Audirvana won't play anything!!!Theres a software audio control in one of the menu's i think that takes away the exclusivity of the audio driver possibly
Ahhh does it, that's a daft button to have then Ima say you have most if not all of you're music stored on you're pc? If not, deezer and tidal seemed to be the best for streaming imo. Spotify doesn't have a high kbps option or atleast it didn't. Tidal gets my vote due to its master studio quality audio. But deezer had high fidelity which I guess is they're version of that but tidal edges it in sound for me.... maybe...
yeah, but, turning off Exclusive Mode, then Audirvana won't play anything!!!
Reminds me of JRiver Media, with it's exclusive complexity!
Yeah, if you only stream, this is not for you. It's for local files using a DAC.Ahh right okay, Its pretty useless to me im afraid, I don't store music on my PC, I stream everything now,
... the UI is nice,
file management is okay, but,
I think I can get foobar to sound almost as good!
Bear in mind, this comes out of my laptop, WASAPI/Line Out to Edifier speakers, not an elaborate setup by any means!!!
Recorded with my phone, sorry!!!
(Those Edifier's are punchy little b*tches, though!!!)