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AIMP Editor's Review
A high quality music player for all audiophiles who want the best sounding music.
If you want your music to sound the very best that it can from your computer, then you can’t go far wrong with AIMP music player.
Now on its third version the skinnable music player offers remarkable sound quality, a playlist editor section to allow you to organise all of your music and an excellent 18 band equaliser function.
As well as providing users with an excellent quality music player AIMP also allows users to view and edit music file tags, to record any sound coming from your computer speakers and to convert audio files to another format.
When combined with a high quality external DAC, AIMP really comes into its own and provides sound quality only found in other products costing thousands of dollars. With an internet radio player built in you are unlikely to need another piece of music software on your PC.
Pros: High quality sounding music, 18 band equaliser, optional skin choices, extensive plug-in library.
Cons: Very few, some users have reported high CPU usage, although we didn’t find that when we tested the software. Does not display album cover art for all music tracks.
Conclusion: If you are looking for a music player that will make the music on your computer sound the best it can, then AIMP could be the perfect music player for you. While it lacks the clean crisp lines of iTunes, it more than makes up for it in sound quality and provides the serious audiophile with a fantastic way to organise and listen to music files stored on their PC.
With a huge range of plug-ins and skins for all Windows operating systems also available this highly customisable piece of software can be made to work just the way you want it.
AIMP Publisher's Description
An advanced multimedia player that includes an audio converter, recorder, and tag editor. Includes an easy to use interface, small size and minimal use of system resources. Features: Crystal-clear sound, technology of reproduction essentially differs from Winamp and WMP; Sensitive equalizer; A maximum of functionality from a minimum of resources; The...Read more
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