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AuI ConverteR 48x44 Advantages


 Studio quality of audio processing
    by Audiophile Inventory
 Loudness normalization >>
    for DSF and PCM
 Safe and accurate CD ripper >>
 Audio optimization mode
    by user option (optimized/non-optimized)
 Simple user interface
 The best audio quality set as default
    the best quality here means the quality that AuI ConverteR can provide
 Adjusting of audio processing
    by user preferences
 Fast and friendly technical support

Try FREE DEMO with full audio quality

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How to uninstall AuI ConverteR 48x44

Technical support

AuI ConverteR 48x44 Tutorials

Audio Basis - educational program

    AuI ConverteR have buit in formats: WAV, AIFF, AIF, FLAC, DSF, CUE, CD.
    All other audio format codecs are free independent command line utilities
    provided by third parties and not included into AuI ConverteR.
    CDA supported under Windows only.

Last News

How to Convert m4a to WAV on Mac OSX, Windows [Article]


Tutorial how to convert m4a to wav audio files under Windows, Mac OS X to playback at capable digital music players, car stereo and other music devices and software.

What is FLAC File [Article]

FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec) is audio codec to lossless compression and file container for music stuff. This file have extension like the codec name.

"Lossless" mean "original and compressed audio content are fully identical binary".

Sound quality issues are reviewed below.

Where is the Limit of Audio Quality?

I read many endless discussions about audio equipment: cables, lossless vs. lossy, compression algorithms, jitter, ultrasound, playback files from different places of hard disk, power conditioners, etc.

I suppose, reason of the discussions is small perceived sound difference, that is not obvious for everybody, or no difference.

It is the end of high-end?

Below I want to discuss: can we get sound improvement, obvious for almost everyone, in future audio equipment?


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