Originally posted by drewbar
People can download a plug-in on their own. If they can't, then that is their problem. The plug-in and plenty other DSP plug-ins are available for download. If that is too hard for them they are free to use WMP. Less stupid people coming around here who thinks every plug-in ever made should come "integrated" with Winamp.
1. I agree that people can download the plugin on their own.
2. If it is not possible to incorporate SRS DSP into Winamp proper, I think that at the very least SRS should be encouraged to continue developing and supporting an SRS WOW/Trubass product for Winamp so that people can "download the plugin on their own". The SRS DSP plugin makes a fantastic difference to the perceived sound reproduction in my opinion.
3. I don't entirely understand your comment "Less stupid people coming around here who thinks every plug-in ever made should come "integrated" with Winamp.". If you mean what I assume you mean, I am not one of those people that thinks Winamp should come with every plugin ever made. HOwever, being that Winamp's primary functionality is music playback
, having kickass sound reproduction should be a requirement rather than an option. As mentioned above, I think that adding features such as "CD Burning" is further removed to music playback than SRS DSP functionality.