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« on: January 04, 2015, 02:19:33 am »


if somebody is interested see:


I'm using the Prof. Edition for $ 49,90 without any problems since years.

The plus of this program is, that the last setting of XXH will be copied as a backup to the HD with every shut down of the PC.

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« Reply #1 on: January 05, 2015, 07:36:37 pm »

+1, I also have used it a long time with no problems and feel the reliability and ease of use (as well as the availability of a higher-speed mode) are worth the money.

Win 7 64-bit; i7-950@3.07GHz; 16GB RAM; OS on SATA 6GB/s SSD; AIFF files on external FW HDD; XXHE and Playback Drive on separate RAMdisks; no page file; Audioquest Dragonfly DAC/preamp; PSE Studio IV amp; Pioneer SP-BS22-LR bookshelf speakers or Etymotic Research ER-4P in-ear monitors.  XXHE 0.9z-8-3a settings for the moment: Peak Extend; Arc Prediction; Redbook files upsampled 2x; KS Adaptive Mode; Phase Alignment off; buffer=512; Straight Contiguous; Playerprio=Low; ThreadPrio=RealTime; Unattended; OS minimized; all services off; Q1=17, factor=2; SFS=2.1; XXTweaks=Ultimate; Time Performance Index=Not the best.
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