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  1. I love foobar2K. But I dislike Windows. So I ran foobar2000 in Mac and Linux Fedora 23 with help from Wine. In Fedora, I knew that ALSA can be a bit perfect solution that audio would not up/down sample again with proper configuraiton. But I'm not sure how I can do that in Mac with Wine. I found some Wine source code using coreaudiod. I can't find any details regarding Mac audio system. Sometimes, I wonder if bit perfect really matters. For example, foobar2K SACD plugin converts DSD/DST into PCM. It is lossy transformation. It is not bit perfect. So why am I so obsessed with this kind of thing?