I suggest you download the demo version os Amarra and see how you like it. Also, don't forget to try Pure Vinyl. I like it better than Amarra.
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I loaded windows on my mac, and started using foobar. That was a big upgrade and cost me next to nothing.
I have since switched to a fan less pc, and that sounds even better than the mac with windows did (assuming the power supply / noise bit is why).
I still prefer macs for regular computing but the sound quality difference between mac and pc was significant. Unfortunate too since the mac is so much easier to use.
If your looking for an upgrade id urge you to try that before paying for software to upgrade a mac...
I downloaded PureVinyl and have been quite impressed as well. Perhaps not quite the difference I noticed going from the v1 to the v2, but still pretty darn impressive. It's still one of those upgrades that you need to listen to all of your music all over agian. The software can be a bit quirky, (sometimes stops after playing a song, etc), but seems to do it's job. Not bad for $129.
Drumsgreg, keep us posted if/when you jump to a v2. Also, I'm sure you noticed Wavelength announced a v3 24/96 as well. I'm curious how the v3 compares to the v2 for redbook files...