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How You Use Audio Converter? Current Results of Voting

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In September 2014 was taken vote "How you use audio file converter?"

Thanks to those who voted already.

Here you can watch intermediate results of the voting (at SampleRateConverter.com and ComputerAudiophile.com).

How you use audio converter. Voting September 2014

You makes preliminary (offline) conversion of audio files  
To native format for your DAC (1-bit or PCM) for avoiding «heavy» online conversion 33%
To format optimal for your audio system for improving sound quality 57%
To format compatible with mobile device 5%
Other 14%

 

Other: best raw signal possible, DSD to PCM, PCM to PCM (typically 96kHz to 44.1kHz), ...

This voting allow multiselect (one participant can use audio converter for several tasks). Thus each percent number is relation of used audio converter for a task to general number of voted.

 

Now voting is continued.

Feedback helps create more usable software.

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