Quinto Black CT 1.9 Skin for Winamp: a New Equalizer

Winamp is one of the most popular media players available for Windows. It's also one of the oldest ones. From my personal experience, it is one of the most versatile and feature-rich media players, has an enormous variety of plugins and skins available and is stable enough for every day use.

If you are using Winamp too, here is good news. One of my favorite skins, "Quinto Black CT" version 1.9 is now available.

The key changes of the release are as follows:
  • The equalizer window has got a new design
  • Added a new Equalizer response graph

See the following screenshot:

Quinto Black CT V1.9

The Quinto Black CT skin is created by PeterK., who is known for his high quality skins for Winamp. While the Winamp application is not getting updates for several years, it still has plenty of users. Many of them are making new skins. Quinto Black CT is one such skin. It is a modern skin (*.wal) which utilizes all the rich features of Winamp's skin engine.

The skin supports several color themes:

Quinto 1 Quinto 2 Quinto 3

You can download the updated skin from here:

Download Quinto Black CT

Here are some technical details.

Skin Name: Quinto Black CT v1.9
Author: PeterK.
Type: Modern Skin
File Extension: wal
Size: 1.88 MB

Many thanks to the author for sharing this skin with Winaero. All credits go to him.

There is an official forum thread for this skin HERE.

Tip: If you need to download the Winamp app, check out this post: Download the last stable version of Winamp plus skins and plugins.

Alternatively, you might be interested in joining Darren Owen's (@The_DoctorO) Winamp Community Update Pack project. It can be found HERE.

Feel free to share your impressions about this skin in the comments!

3 thoughts on “Quinto Black CT 1.9 Skin for Winamp: a New Equalizer

  1. synema

    I can imagine an aimp skin from this :)
    So sad that im not using winamp anymore for a long time

  2. Dave

    Sorry, no. The MMD3 Skin is still the best ever.

    1. synema

      Ahh yes! Used that years ago when i was a winamp user :)


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