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  • Time Correction (DSP) Winamp?

    Anyone know where i can get "Time Correction" plugin for Winamp or someting else player?

  • #2
    Intervideo windvd has multichannel time correction,but don't know why it's enabled only with disc(dvd audio,dvd video haven't tried cd audio).If you want to play a file on the hd (unless is a disc image) you can't use it.You can specify correction with 1 ms scale.
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    • #3
      do you have a soundblaster pci card? you can get time correction through the kxproject driver and a plugin
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      • #4
        I use motherboard integrated AC97 audio (6-channel)

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        • #5
          a 1 ms scale in the car is completely useless. you could set it at the lowest setting, and youd be basically as good off as you were without T/A! arguably, you can say you were better off before!

          are there any solutions that have at least a .1 ms resolution? higher resolution would be better still, too...

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          • #6
            Are you sure?I don't think even the alpine dsp have a resolution of more than 1ms
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            • #7
              im sure it must, even the eclipse 8443 has a resolution of .1 ms. Alto's Drive 30 has a resolution of .02 ms (a little extreeme)

              edit: 1 ms of correction is to correct just over a foot of offset placement! works great in a house. probably not the car so well

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              • #8
                F#1 status has .1 ms resolution, just checked.

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