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Old 3rd June 2015, 18:23   #14
Tohno_Neil
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Aminifu View Post
I have not seen were upsampling hurts anything
Upsample/downsample will hurt Sound Quality,and twice resample will get worse result than once,
just like I say :

"When turn on Winamp 24bit output:
Original file (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Winamp output (24bit,44.1k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)
or
Original file (24bit,48k/Hz) → winamp output (24bit,48k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,96k/Hz)"

Other questions,Windows direct sound resample method always get good job done?

And why winamp can't do this: high-resample
Original file (24bit,192k/Hz) → winamp output (24bit,192k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,192k/Hz)
Original file (24bit,96k/Hz) → winamp output (24bit,192k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,192k/Hz)
Original file (24bit,48k/Hz) → winamp output (24bit,192k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,192k/Hz)
Original file (16bit,44.1k/Hz) → Winamp output (24bit,192k/Hz) → Windows output (24bit,192k/Hz)

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Originally Posted by DrO View Post
then leave the option on if it works for you!

if it plays then fine. if it doesn't, change it or get an updated in_ape (as that's 3rd party) to fix the issue.

Winamp will try to play it correctly, but it's not always down to Winamp how that audio actually gets played.
In_ape Plug-in is not important there.
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