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[TOS #8] JRiver vs. Foobar
Venyos
post Sep 10 2012, 15:33
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Hi all. I do not know if I have to put my question here. If I was wrong, sorry. NEXT My question is: I am using my Windows 7 x64-based PC as a music server and comparing JRiver with Foobar (DNLA Control) seems to produce better sound JRiver sense that I hear the sound with more clarity and detail. Any comments would be nice. Thank you.


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post Sep 10 2012, 15:35
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post Sep 10 2012, 15:37
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QUOTE (Venyos @ Sep 10 2012, 15:33) *
Hi all. I do not know if I have to put my question here. If I was wrong, sorry. NEXT My question is:
You do not have a question.

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I am using my Windows 7 x64-based PC as a music server and comparing JRiver with Foobar (DNLA Control) seems to produce better sound JRiver sense that I hear the sound with more clarity and detail. Any comments would be nice. Thank you.
You have an unsubstantiated claim that is in violation of #8 of the terms of service, to which you agreed during registration.

The difference you think you hear is probably purely imaginary. The only way to determine this is to perform an objective blind test, as outlined in the above thread.

Please refrain from making baseless and untestable claims until you have tested them and obtained evidence for them. If you do achieve the latter, feel free to open a new thread. This one will now be binned.
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