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What program do you use to play music?


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Poll: What program do you use to play music? (183 member(s) have cast votes)

What program do you use to play music?

  1. Itunes (14 votes [8.43%])

    Percentage of vote: 8.43%

  2. MusicMatch Jukebox (5 votes [3.01%])

    Percentage of vote: 3.01%

  3. Windows Media Player (43 votes [25.90%])

    Percentage of vote: 25.90%

  4. Winamp (77 votes [46.39%])

    Percentage of vote: 46.39%

  5. Other (27 votes [16.27%])

    Percentage of vote: 16.27%

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I use 1By1. It's mainly for MP3s only but with downloadable plugins you can play WAVs and other formats. Takes up barely over 1 MB of memory while playing music. It's less than 100 KBs and is a standalone. I love it. Winamp is compelling because of the interface design and online radio, but I resist temptations... ;)


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I mainly use WMP 10 - cause it is there, call me lame, but with all the crap I already have to install - iam usually to lazy to install something else right away. WinAMP is really good and I like v5+ to play my music files with.

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Itunes and I dunno what else to really get, I was thinking to use WINAMP But I Dunno. VLC seems pretty good, I thought they all did video?

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I use Winamp for music, and Windows Media Player for videos. But I voted for Winamp anyway.
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Free, Small, Fast, Light, Portable, Minimalistic, Very high audio quality, Supports all formats (Particularly all variants of AAC. Most of my music is in various AAC formats. WinAMP still doesn't fully support He-AACv2), Kernel Bitstreaming, Dithering, and most importantly for me - it can run completly in the background with almost every function having a global hotkey. :)

Edited by [deXter], 27 July 2007 - 11:32 PM.

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WMP11 for me.
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I use Winamp for audio songs. For music videos, I use Media Player since it seems to handle the codecs better. I used to use an old version of iTunes to copy random songs to an MP3 Player, but that broke so I haven't used it since.
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I now use itunes :P
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WMP works for me! :thumbup
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Winamp for me, ever since I can remember...

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I use 1By1. It's mainly for MP3s only but with downloadable plugins you can play WAVs and other formats. Takes up barely over 1 MB of memory while playing music. It's less than 100 KBs and is a standalone. I love it. Winamp is compelling because of the interface design and online radio, but I resist temptations... ;)


i use 1by1 for the past year or two i love it.

i dont know if i have wav files i need to play but i know 1by1 doesnt play my wma files

plz point me in direction toall workout plugins for 1by1

i installed winamp 2.91 copied the plugin files to 1by1 and wma still dont play not sure if its possible but im asking for help jeremy

Edited by nycste, 28 September 2007 - 02:40 PM.


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i use winamp for pretty much everything, except when im playing a video thats in two parts, then i use media player classic or wmp.

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Windows Media Player 11 all the way! :D

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WinAMP ftw. \o/ Doesn't change the metatags against your knowledge, or enforce DRM without your knowledge.

WMP/Nero Media Player have both messed up my own recordings. (GRR!)

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