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Thread: DeaDBeeF vs Rhythmbox

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    DeaDBeeF vs Rhythmbox

    What is your opinion?
    * Which player capable to manage the file well?
    * Which player sounds better?
    Thank you

    PS:
    Some say Rhythmbox is bulky, why?
    Accordance to my opinion, Songbird is more bulky, cos it was merger with a web browser, isn't it?
    Last edited by czgirb; July 14th, 2012 at 09:41 AM.

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    Re: Songbird vs Rhythmbox

    I would use Rhythmbox just because Songbird has been discontinued on Linux and isn't supported or developed any more.
    Cheesemill

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    Re: Songbird vs Rhythmbox

    Quote Originally Posted by Cheesemill View Post
    I would use Rhythmbox just because Songbird has been discontinued on Linux and isn't supported or developed any more.
    Yes! Just googling. The information given by my friend is not right.
    What about DeadBeef vs Rhythmbox? I change the title yet.

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    Re: DeaDBeeF vs Rhythmbox

    IMHO I would have to go with Rhythmbox. I personally use it often an it manages all my playlist an radio stations very well. Also it has nice plugin features that make it even more versatile this is just my opinion on it.

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    Re: DeaDBeeF vs Rhythmbox

    If sound quality is your concern, then Audacious is your choice.

    For me Rhythmbox is just a music file explorer, not a music player. It has no sound enhancement relate feature at all, no out-put rate, even equalizer is nowhere to be found and etc... Only volume up and down were present. Even my phone has better sound than Rhythmbox.

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    Re: DeaDBeeF vs Rhythmbox

    I usually install Rhythm Box on all my systems because I like the simplicity of it. But I just recently installed Xubuntu 12.04 on an old and very junky little Dell Inspiron 1000 laptop. It has a slow processor and only 512 RAM...

    Rhythm Box doesn't run very well, if at all on this little junker, so I sought out an alternative. I'm now looking at ways to replace Rhythm Box on all my computers with something I found called Clementine Music Player.

    Here's what I just found (I think it's the URL to the website):
    http://www.clementine-player.org

    Just a thought... Check it out...
    -Leo in Massachusetts (usa)
    I actually DO have a real life....
    I just forgot the password to it.

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