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What music player do you use? Windows Media Player, Itunes or a music player on Ubuntu Linux...

asked Feb 16 '11 at 13:32

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edited Feb 16 '11 at 13:38

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iTunes. I just like it, it works and it's easy to use. It's all I need.

answered Feb 16 '11 at 14:13

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iTunes on Mac, WinAmp on Windows.

answered Feb 16 '11 at 14:18

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I use Windows Media Player 11 because for me is the best. You can get all codecs for it. And is working great. Because of that I don't need anything else.

answered Feb 16 '11 at 16:12

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iTunes on Windows and Mac. Rhythmbox in Ubuntu.

answered Feb 16 '11 at 17:31

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I was using Thumbplay for a while. But, they ceased support (for the time being) for the Blackberry OS. Since I rarely listen to music on my computer, but enjoy the option, I dropped them and am currently using Rhapsody and Napster. I like having the option of being able to listen to any song ever recorded without having to purchase it or obtain it illegally. And, since I can do this both from any computer as well as from my blackberry, it suits me the best.

I'll be going exclusively with Napster as soon as they finish up their own Blackberry app. I only pay for a Rhapsody subscription atm for the mobile device support.

I don't use iTunes or WMP because I only have access to music I've purchased or already own. I prefer a client that support mobile DRM rights. The only disadvantage is that one can't burn CDs. But, my car stereo has an mp3 player so its not an issue for me.

answered Feb 16 '11 at 20:23

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WMP on Windows 7, Rhythmbox on Ubuntu. I like Rhythmbox better, to be honest.

answered Feb 17 '11 at 00:54

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When I was still using Windows, I used Winamp.

Even with Windows 7, until the day I retired her and plugged in the new iMac, I was using Winamp 2.8 as it didn't have to think at all before it started playing a file. It just....played it. Perfectly. It was Winamp before it got bloated.

Now I just use iTunes.

answered Feb 17 '11 at 01:03

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edited Feb 17 '11 at 01:04

Winamp on Windows, and Rhythmbox on Ubuntu. I've been using Winamp for a while, and like it. I also like Rhythmbox on Ubuntu, I like it better than Banshee.

answered Feb 17 '11 at 02:08

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Rhythmbox and Banshee do all the work. I've used WMP 9 to WMP 12, but I like Rhythmbox.

answered Feb 17 '11 at 05:06

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Sandeep Pilakhnawal

w/ K-Lite Codecs Pack Installed...... (Google it)

VLC is the best playback Media Players, it even comes with a build in video converter!

I'd say the best looking media player is Windows Media Center, but it's features are hard to work with!

I'd say the best Audio player is Media Monkey, for it's controls & Explorer like Library, and it has a really awesome visual effect (milk drop) which pops out and runs full screen.

The KM Player is the sleekest looking video players, without a doubt! :D

That's my call on media players, K-Lite + VLC FTW!

answered Feb 19 '11 at 02:36

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edited Feb 21 '11 at 02:54

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