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Hot topic Isolating / noise cancelling headphones
 
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My Denon amp is acting strange  
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Site accessibility issues

Posted By:  Peter @ Jun 11 2015, 13:44
It has come to our attention that our extensive IP address ban list - mostly dealing with spambots and alike - have been affecting registrations of legitimate users.

The IP address ban list has just been massively narrowed down. If you've been having trouble registering for the last months, please try again now.

We apologize for the inconvenience, and thank everyone who reported it. ...
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WavPack 4.75.0 has been released

Posted By:  bryant @ May 26 2015, 23:08
WavPack 4.75.0

Changes:
  • complete reorganization of the library source code for modularity
  • assembler optimizations added for encode/decode on x86 and x64
  • assembler optimizations for decoding on ARMv7 (Linux)
  • miscellaneous bug fixes

General information about WavPack can be found on the WavPack website.

Source code and official binaries are available for download here. ...
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dBpoweramp for Apple OS X

Posted By:  spoon @ Mar 12 2015, 11:22
dBpoweramp previously Windows only, is now available on Apple OS X (Mountain Lion or newer).

Regulars of dBpoweramp on Windows will instantly feel at home: Converting tracks, with Finder integration make editing tags and instigating conversions quick and easy. Batch conversions take the hard work out of whole library conversions. CD Ripper employs the same secure ripper, with AccurateRip, c2 error pointer support, utilizes 5 metadata providers for consistent and high quality metadata, finally multi-encoder enables two or more audio formats to be created at time of ripping.

For further details visit: http://www.dbpoweramp.com
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Exact Audio Copy v1.0 beta 4

Posted By:  Thundik81 @ Dec 18 2014, 16:37
Exact Audio Copy v1.0 beta 4

Download:
http://www.exactaudiocopy.de/eac-1.0beta4.exe

Changelog:
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December 18, 2014

The last update was a really long time ago, but finally here comes a new version of EAC.
There are no larger new features, but bug fixes mainly regarding drive detection and problems on installing the .NET plugins made it necessary to release this service update.
Also I updated the freedb++ plugin, so that it again finds more covers to choose from. This plugin will be released as public domain shortly (I always wanted to do that, but I always wanted ...
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FLAC 1.3.1 has been released

Posted By:  ktf @ Nov 27 2014, 09:40
After 18 months of development, FLAC 1.3.1 has been released. The trigger for this release was a heap overflow found by the Google Security Team.

Changes
  • Huge encoding speedup for i386 and x86_64 (up to 250% for 24-bit)
  • Slightly improved compression of compression levels 6, 7 and 8
  • Fixed CVE-2014-9028 (heap write overflow) and CVE-2014-8962
  • Output buffer has been added to Windows to mitigate fragmentation
  • Various build system improvements and bug fixes
For the complete changelog, see http://xiph.org/flac/changelog.html

The source is available here, official ...
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