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post #16 of 21

Re: Re: Re: A Minidisc quality problem

Quote:
Originally posted by gloco


22KHz? Why?
The codec that comes with MusicMatch Jukebox only allows that for the maximum bandwidth level. Any less and you get your stereo channelling totally screwed over (not that the stereo channelling is all that well preserved in MP3 compression anyway -- but why make it worse). The result being an odd 'warble' that happens in many recordings. This is especially true if you go to anywhere below 12kHz bandwidth.
post #17 of 21
I didn't think that the MD's built in sample rate converter was capable of handling anything less than 32kHz??
post #18 of 21
Quote:
Originally posted by Mystyler
I didn't think that the MD's built in sample rate converter was capable of handling anything less than 32kHz??
I wasn't talking about the MD.. I was talking about the ripping of MP3. A digital audio card will automatically sample the bandwidth *up to* the 44.1kHz standard.
post #19 of 21
Righty!
I thought you meant you pumped out a 22kHz signal to your MD.
post #20 of 21
Quote:
Originally posted by Mystyler
Righty!
I thought you meant you pumped out a 22kHz signal to your MD.
Oh no.. sorry if that's how it came out...

Meanwhile back to my MD player....

post #21 of 21
MD rocks.
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