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Post by Fan » 12-05-2011 07:45 PM

voguy wrote: I use wireready/NSI broadcast automation for my player, using (2) Delta 44 audio cards. Literally one song is playing out, with another one starting, and a voicetrack is playing over both.


They could easily add FLAC support, but I suppose they have no reason to... still, the decoding is done in their software, not by your card as far as I can gather.

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Post by Dude111 » 12-05-2011 11:14 PM

If you have the codecs,ANY PLAYER WILL PLAY ANYTHING :)

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Post by voguy » 12-06-2011 08:30 PM

Fan wrote: They could easily add FLAC support, but I suppose they have no reason to... still, the decoding is done in their software, not by your card as far as I can gather.


I've yet to see one for the broadcast folks. Might be a new business model for someone looking to do that. Prophet does play MP3, but they usually have to use higher end machines to play large files. Oh well.
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Post by Dude111 » 05-31-2018 04:50 PM

Fan wrote:FLAC is like WAV it will simply preserve exactly the original material. If you record an LP into it you will have analog sound,
I do not think that is technically possible... Once you record it to digital the quality is lost....

Digital IS NOT TECHNICALLY POSSIBLE to make analogue quality,it just isnt!!

I have a record from 1979 (Chicago 13) that doesnt sound very good.... Sounds like it was digitally recorded by the studio and then put back on analog media (The record I have) ... THE RESULT IS CRAP!! (It doesnt sound thin like straight digital on record does but it doesnt sound AS GOOD as earlier 70s Chicago records I have that I know are 100% analogue)

I hope that isnt why it doesnt sound as good but i dunno..... Every song on that album is good!

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