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The SQ is surely a step above Foobar, but doesn't load more than one file at a time unless you use cue sheets, and I'm not about to re-rip 400 CDs, no sir.
I'll wait till they support drag-n-drop of a directory tree.
All these result either in a single cue sheet for each directory (aka recursive) or a single large cue sheet with one album name.
Both unsuitable for me, I have over 26000 songs and about 3000 albums.
The reason to go for a PC source was to eliminate changing CDs and jump between tracks conveniently. cPlay does not yet have the functionality to achieve this on its own. I would be OK if it displayed just the filename and the interface supported drag-n-drop.
I have no dispute about the superior quality cPlay and it is installed on my music rig, but only for a demo or a super-critical listening session. For most sessions, Foobar is fine... I do understand the need to keep the interface simple and the program small, as it undoubtedly has an impact on the SQ.
Thanks for the links though, much appreciated. I have seen the Foobar plugin but not the recursive creator, so thanks for that.
Hi sorry for not being clear. I am able to hear sound. I wanted optimal settings(for cplay & ASIO4ALL) for best SQ. May be other users can share their settings.
spirovious, xonar asio doesnt work for me. According to diagonstics, cplay is 32bit and xonar outputs 24 bits. Thats why i use ASIO4ALL