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AUDIOPHILE OPTIMIZER

Postby softspeaker » 16 Jan 2014, 12:49

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AUDIOPHILE OPTIMIZER

Use Windows Server 2012 R2 as operating system for your high-end audio computer, optimize it with the AudiophileOptimizer and experience analog-like sound as you have never heard it before on a computer based audio system. Learn how to set up your own high-end audio computer by simply following the free PDF guide.

Windows Server operating systems offers the ability to completely remove the desktop environment. A Windows Server 2012 or 2012 R2 system in core mode, fully optimized with the AudiophileOptimizer, runs only 5 to 7 services and about 15 to 20 threads. Almost 150 unnecessary drivers and services are disabled, resulting in the optimal platform for ultra high-end audio reproduction. Over 250 additional modifications also benefit various elements of the operating system including priority scheduling, CPU modes and the file system, all of which greatly improve sound quality. The result is so enjoyable, so detailed, and so compelling that you simply must hear it for yourself.

A typical Windows operating system (Windows 7, Windows 8, etc.) has about 50 to 100 processes and about 500 to 1000 or more threads all running at the same time. The CPU is involved in every single thread and process and, unfortunately, all of this processing must take place in real-time, resulting in jitter. By dramatically reducing the number of processes and threads run by your CPU, your music server will greatly minimize jitter, allowing for a far more accurate and natural sound.



Sound Quality:

- Analog sound quality rarely heard before on computer audio systems
- Bigger soundstage, holographic imaging, more 3D-effect
- Very well defined bass, deeper and more powerful
- Lifelike, fluid and very precise sound reproduction
- Natural air, timbre and image density
- Ability to fine-tune the final sound presentation (through Sound
Signatures and Digital-Filter modes) to achieve outstanding balance
- Sound Signatures and Digital-Filter modes are 100% bit perfect
- Minimizes harshness in digital sound
- Very low noise floor / blacker backgrounds
- Don't miss to read the REVIEWS


Features:


- World's first solution to offer Kernel-Streaming (for x86 &
x64 Media Players) in Windows Server 2012 core mode
- Express mode for beginners and Advanced mode for experts
- ServiceTool to easily switch between GUI/minimal/core mode
- Doesn't need JPLAY, but works exceptionally well with it
- Works on single box systems and Dual-PC setups
- WASAPI support in minimal server and GUI edition
- ASIO support in GUI, minimal-server and core edition
- No additional processes or tasks running on your system
- Enables JRiver Media Center, Foobar2000 and many other
x86-players under Windows Server 2012 in core mode
- PCM, DoP, DSD, Multichannel DSD, all file formats supported


Feature Details:

- 250+ optimizations with focus on the best music reproduction possible
- Disable unnecessary system services and drivers
- Optimization of your hard drive and file system
- Optimization of USB & PCIe power management
- Optimized power and performance settings
- Optimized CPU and memory management
- Optimization of task & IRQ priorities
- Optimization of TCP/IP protocol
- Additional performance tuning
- Optimization of GUI settings
- Get very fast boot and shutdown times
- Swiss made software


PDF Guide:

- Step-by-step Guide for setup of a high-end computer audio system
- Tips & tricks about BIOS/EFI Settings, network tuning, low latency tuning
- DOS & PowerShell commands, driver installation & configuration
- How to setup a JPLAY Dual-PC setup (StreamerMode)
- How to tune JPLAY registry for maximum sound quality
- How to make a bootable USB Stick for OS installation
- How to configure autologon and shell replacement
- How to get the maximum out of your DAC or DDC
...and much more.

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