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[TOS #8 and #7] WASAPI vs ASIO vs DirectSound
JimH
post Dec 10 2011, 21:43
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Is discussion of real world experience with different output modes forbidden?

Not everything can be reduced to ABX blind tests. Which woman is more beautiful, for example.

Not all ears are created equal. Nor is all music.

We don't elect our political leaders with blind tests.

Opinion matters.

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Case
post Dec 11 2011, 10:55
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No ABX is necessary when comparing different outputs. The output can be objectively recorded bit-perfectly and ASIO and WASAPI can be scientifically verified to be absolutely identical.
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JimH
post Dec 11 2011, 14:52
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QUOTE (Case @ Dec 11 2011, 03:55) *
No ABX is necessary when comparing different outputs. The output can be objectively recorded bit-perfectly and ASIO and WASAPI can be scientifically verified to be absolutely identical.

I agree with you if the ASIO driver is error free. Not all ASIO drivers are identical.

DirectSound is another matter.
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