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Old 04-29-2012, 12:59 PM
robdean robdean is offline
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SHN support was never all that widespread, though it was certainly more common at one time, maybe 10 years ago. I'd be be astonished if any hardware manufacturer started supporting it at this stage, given that I don't believe its foundation codec is even maintained/supported any longer!

Given that it is a lossless format, you at least have the option of converting your SHN files to an equivalent contemporary format such as FLAC without loss of fidelity. That will not only get you up and running on hardware players, but give you a lot more options regarding choice of software player, and ensure your audio files are in a more future-proof format.
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