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Xion Audio Player Comments

Lovely little player - highly recommended 1 Helpful

Positive Comment by shnbwmn
about Xion Audio Player and foobar2000 Apr 2016

Whilst Foobar2000 is and will continue to be my main audio player, Xion is a great little alternative, or even companion. It's sound output is fantastic, looks great, uses very little resources, and is designed specifically to be a tray-type player as opposed to a full-blown desktop app. It has some nifty settings here and there, like pitch-shifting, PSD skinning, changing the hue of the interface with a simple slider, and changing the window to be either a little strip along your taskbar or a multi-panel interface with playlists, library, visualisations, etc. I personally like using the strip view together with "Always on top."