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  Reply # 390986 12-Oct-2010 15:12
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iTunes for me. Works well enough. I have an iPhone and my wife has an iPod, so its necessary, really.

Does the job more than adequately for my purposes.




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  Reply # 391028 12-Oct-2010 16:54
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foobar2000. Far more enjoyable to use then iTunes, and syncs with my iPod fine with the right plugin.




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  Reply # 391587 13-Oct-2010 22:57
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1 more for winamp over here

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  Reply # 391665 14-Oct-2010 09:43
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Are there any free programs which have a decent graphic equalizer/spectrum analyzer, and all I require is to play MP3 format only?

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  Reply # 391677 14-Oct-2010 10:14
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Sorry, I might add I'd like one with the frequencies listed on the x axis, and also to get one with logarithmic axis as this guy says...

"SIGH... - Why do ALL winamp spectrum analyzars have a **linear** freqency axis?Real audio spectrum analyzers always have a **logarithmic** frequency axis: the (horizontal) space from 25Hz to 50Hz equals the space from 50Hz to 100Hz equals the space from 1kHz to 2kHz and so forth.Such a display provides a much more meaningful view of the spectral makeup of an audio signal.The linear frequency axis makes for a pretty picture, but does not give any meaningful information."

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  Reply # 391693 14-Oct-2010 10:58
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XBMC on a modded xbox.

Although no longer great for movies/tv shows now HD has taken over it still rocks for music!

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  Reply # 392348 15-Oct-2010 18:39
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foobar2000 for music on my laptop and xbmc for music/music videos in my lounge.

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  Reply # 392358 15-Oct-2010 19:11
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For music: iTunes on mac osx to sync the iPhone and mediamonkey on windows

For video: vlc on both

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  Reply # 392369 15-Oct-2010 19:34
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VLC and KMPlayer

I like KMPlayer the best for example if i am watching youtube flicks that are in parts, I'll download all parts to desktop then KMPlayer will play each one in order, no need to click on each part to play. I mean whippy do it only takes a second to click on the next one! Yeah but its excellent like I watched the walk-through for Aliens v predators game (for each race) and it was like watching a full movie.

And now i wait for someone to mention yea but most players can do that anyway. lol





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  Reply # 392917 17-Oct-2010 19:30
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Definately used to be winamp for me before I got an ipod, so itunes will have to do. It's not bad though once you set it up to how you like it.

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