1.I have a Mac, what's a alternative for Foobar2000?--dark_side_of_steven from reddit.com
2.Is there a Foobar2000 equivalent for Mac?--Hip-Hop-Potamus from ign.com
3.As a long time Windows user, I got used to using Foobar for my entire music playback. But I'm on a Mac now so Foobar isn't an option. Anyway, one of the Foobar2000 plug-in I like is the binary comparator. I would like to find something similar for the Mac so I don't have to constantly fire up my old XP machine just to run Foobar. Is there anything for Mac that offers Foobar-esque options?--ManchildProdigy from head-fi.org
Spending some more time on the internet, we will find a lot more similar questions as those listed above. It is pretty clear to see that, many Mac users are looking for a nice Foobar2000 alternative for Mac. Why? You know, Foobar2000 is a great and free audio player which's exclusively compatible with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP. That is to say, there's no Foobar2000 for Mac at all -- what a great let-down for Mac users! Let's get back to the point, is there any alternative to Foobar2000 for Mac users? Of course, there are some programs which can be acted as the Mac equivalent of Foobar2000. Can't wait to check them out? OK, let's go!
1.Cog: It is a free music player compatible with Mac OS X. Served as the Mac equivalent of Foobar2000, it can support lots of audio formats. However, it fails to convert CD or audio formats. Oops, what a pity!
2.Play: It is a free program specializing in playing and managing various audio files, such as FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Musepack, WavPack, Monkey’s Audio, AAC, Apple Lossless, MP3 and so forth. Again, this Foobar2000 alternative for Mac Play cannot convert CD or audio formats. Sadly, it may crash on some Macs running OS X Mountain lion.
Everyone loves freeware, but as with most things, "you get what you pay for". There are some inevitable shortcomings on the program free of charge. To make up for the deficiencies, it is worthy casting a few dollars on getting some commercial Foobar2000 alternative Mac programs, what do you think?
1.BitPerfect: This Mac equivalent of Foobar2000 program--BitPerfect is available on Mac App Store. It is easy to use and works well iTunes for delivering the highest possible sound quality.
2.Decibel: As described on the official site, Decibel is an audio player tailored to the particular needs of audiophiles. It is able to support all popular lossless and lossy audio formats including FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Musepack, WavPack, Monkey's Audio, Speex, True Audio, Apple Lossless, AAC, MP3, WAVE and AIFF.
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