Alireza Noori - (Website)

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Software developer

I’m professionally familiar with:

  • Desktop: C# (Winforms, WPF, Metro, etc.), C++, Pascal, Java and VB

  • Web: ASP.Net MVC, PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML

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Visit my website at: https://alireza-noori.com/

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answered Appended div couldn't scroll
Dec
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comment Does the VGA HDMI driver use the installed sound card
@AFH Very nice. Thanks. I'll make sure I download all the tracks I can get my hands on.
Dec
16
comment Does the VGA HDMI driver use the installed sound card
@AFH I used the same software (MusicBee) on both tests. The music files were a bunch of FLAC files and I don't like to enable equalizer on the audio because it't not meant for HiFi systems. The Radeon VGA was out for fan changing and it's going to be back today. I'll test again. Maybe I'm wrong and they both sound exactly the same! Not 100% sure.
Dec
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awarded Supporter
Dec
16
comment Does the VGA HDMI driver use the installed sound card
@AFH This interests me too. I couldn't hear any difference for my Radeon VGA but on the onboard it was there, although subtle. But I think the sound card does some processing on the audio and that's the reason I could hear the difference and it was obvious. So you are saying that the audio is sent to the A/V Receiver directly from the PC unprocessed?
Dec
15
comment Does the VGA HDMI driver use the installed sound card
@AFH As you mentioned, I want a digital output but I'm wondering which way is the correct way to go! Should I stick with my current plan? Is there a sound card with near-perfect output? Am I missing something? I've spent a lot of money but I feel like it's going to waste because of this particular issue. And I mainly use my PC's audio so a Bluray player, etc. is not an option for me.
Dec
15
comment Does the VGA HDMI driver use the installed sound card
@AFH In my question I said that the HDMI output was better than the optical output of the sound card (as you mentioned). The reason that I said that the built in player is obviously better than the inputs, is because the built in player sends the processed data directly to the output while the quality will get a little dropped from the inputs due to cable quality/processing unit (sound card, etc.) A combination of high-end sound card would have a much lower drop but it would be there.
Dec
15
asked Does the VGA HDMI driver use the installed sound card
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awarded Socratic
Dec
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asked Handle dot at the end of URL in routing
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Famous Question
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awarded Necromancer
Nov
17
comment Adding Farsi characters to AntiXSS library
@usr the problem with that approach is that I have to manually encode every single piece of user output. That way I may miss somewhere. Using AntiXSS library ensures that all the output is going through a white list instead of a black list
Nov
17
asked Adding Farsi characters to AntiXSS library
Nov
9
comment Search a table with a lot of columns and then group the result with EntityFramework
Thank you very much for the answer. Some very good points here. I'm not sure why I didn't go for the OrderBy but I think there was a problem with it at the time. I'll try to make this work. But the main part of my question is about searching rather than grouping. What do you think of my current method? Does it seem right?
Nov
9
asked Search a table with a lot of columns and then group the result with EntityFramework
Nov
8
comment A full LinkedIn profile for testing an app
Thanks for mentioning this.
Oct
28
comment Add proxy to all network traffic of another adapter
@AEonAX No I'm not looking to just sniff the traffic. I want to interfere. I want to add a proxy server in the middle to pass all the traffic through that proxy to the Xbox.
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