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New audiophile music file converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 v. 4.0


In 2014 December 18 released new audiophile music file converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 v. 4.0. It's accurate audio software for converting audio resolution (sample rate, bit-depth) and format of musical files PCM (wav, flac, aiff) / DSF / DFF / ISO / CD to PCM / DSF.

AuI ConverteR 48x44 v.4.0

Yuri Korzunov, Audiophile Inventory's founder:
"We appreciate help of all AuI ConverteR's owners in supporting our project via purchasing of commercial editions and Extra Warranties. It allows develops and maintains one of the best audiophile music file converters."

New version planned with next advantages

New features Lite Audiophil-E PROduce-R PROduce-RD
Support D256       yes
Support D512       yes
FLAC/AIFF 32 bit       yes
Inversion phase audio     yes yes
Filters 3rd generation yes yes yes yes

Special for version 4.0 was developed new sample rate conversion filters 3rd generation (3G) with improved sound quality and performance. Now these filters used for all input/output sample rate combinations contains 11.2 and 22.5 MHz and some other. In nearest time all 2G filters will replased to 3G filters.

Read about upgrade rules...


Download HD audio converter AuI ConverteR 48x44 FREE for high resolution music

WARNING: Input DSF, DFF, ISO supported in Audiophil-E, PROduce-R and configurable Modula-R
Output DSF supported in maximal PROduce-RD and configurable Modula-R




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"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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