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28 Aug ASIO is a sound driver protocol which bypasses intermediate layers of Windows software, in particular kmixer (which by default resamples the bitstream). It is useful in MediaMonkey because it can provide bit-perfect output from an S/PDIF device. It also leaves the music output (whether analog or digital). 22 Sep I'm planning on implementing an external DAC in the near future, and I've heard using ASIO will aid the sound quality. Could someone post a step by step on how to get this working in Mediamonkey? And also possibly post a link to the ASIO ? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Image. 7 Jun The default output plugins included with MediaMonkey may not work with some high end audio cards such as M Audio cards. If your card supports ASIO output you can try using ASIO plugin. To install, unzip the plugin (you have the option of using an SSE Optimized plug-in depending on your CPU) to.
6 Jul The default output plugins included with MediaMonkey may not work with some high end audio cards such as M Audio cards. If your card supports ASIO output you can try using ASIO plugin. To install, unzip the plugin (you have the option of using an SSE Optimized plug-in depending on your CPU) to. 28 Aug Hi I'm using MediaMonkey to convert my FLAC library to MP3 and synch to an 80g 5th gen ipod. I use Foobar as a player with an ASIO plugin. I've found that you can use Foobar as a player by pointing MM at but would like to try MediaMonkey with an ASIO driver. I got the one from. 23 Apr I am trying to run MM to my Apogee Mini-Dac via USB cable. I have installed the drivers from the Apogee website, but I cannot use it in MM. I have previously installed the winamp asio plugin, but my apogee is not coming up on the audio devices menu in the configuration section. The only way to run the.
24 Jan I'm using the Otachan ASIO plugin (ver ). It seems to work fine, but even with the gapless playback option selected under the plugin configuration options, there is still a small (less than a second) gap between tracks. Anyone know how to get true ASIO gapless playback, or if there is a better plugin. GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects. I worked quite hard testing standards Mediamonkey output plugins and I still ear little more brillance from AIFF Itunes ripped tracks played within Itunes. Kernel output crashes mediamonkey and ASIO output V SSE2 sound better but downsamples 96 khz HD tracks at 44 khz. I'v found solutions posted in.