Although the market is dominated by a bunch of most popular audio players, new competitors show up every day and give customers the freedom of choice they want so much. If you are a novice trying to choose the right player for everyday use or an experienced user seeking an alternative to familiar applications, try Passion Audio Player!
Passion Audio Player is a free audio player with a great set of features that will satisfy the most demanding users and will not confuse inexperienced ones. Based on the advanced BASS API (by un4seen.com), Passion Audio Player supports the overwhelming majority of music formats, offers excellent sound quality, a powerful equalizer with visual effects and presets, a flexible playlist editor, Freedb support and lots of other handy features that every music lover will truly appreciate. The functional capabilities of the program and its appearance can be modified and extended by various plug-ins — Passion Audio Player supports Winamp skins (version 2.x), Sonique 1.x visualization plug-ins, Winamp 2.x DSP plugins and other input, generic and DSP plug-ins available on the market. The application can also play video files, work with ZIP files containing media files and manage artwork for your music.
Passion Audio Player is a great choice for all the people out there who share the same passion — quality music in all of its forms!
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