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Note that low latency playback is relevant to real-time processing and editing only. It's completely useless for music playback; in fact, higher latency is better in this case as it gives better protection against glitching from buffer underruns.
 
Note that low latency playback is relevant to real-time processing and editing only. It's completely useless for music playback; in fact, higher latency is better in this case as it gives better protection against glitching from buffer underruns.
  
== Player support ==
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== How-to ==
foobar2000 can bypass Windows Mixer using [[Foobar2000:Components 0.9#Output|optional output components]]. Other players also support techniques for bypassing Windows mixer.
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=== foobar2000 ===
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Foobar2000 can bypass Windows Mixer using [[Foobar2000:Components 0.9#Output|optional output components]].
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=== Winamp ===
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Todo.
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=== XMPlay ===
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Todo.
  
 
== Pros ==
 
== Pros ==

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