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post #31 of 353
Yes, that is transcoding. I will up a WAV version in a few min.
post #32 of 353
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Originally Posted by hilikus View Post
Yes, that is transcoding. I will up a WAV version in a few min.
Since when do you lose info transcoding between lossless formats?
post #33 of 353
Dumb question, since I noticed a bunch of Senn's in peoples signatures.. but, think this could help with E500s, or better yet, with the ALO cable burn in???
post #34 of 353
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Originally Posted by Fitz View Post
Since when do you lose info transcoding between lossless formats?
Yes, I was mistaken :-X
post #35 of 353
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Originally Posted by hilikus View Post
Yes, I was mistaken :-X
You should be ashamed of yourself. It isn't called Free Lossless Audio Codec for nothing.
post #36 of 353
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Here is 5min of pink noise I generated. Just set it on repeat .

FLAC (23.5MB ziped)
http://mmcgrew.net/media/audio/pink_...noise_FLAC.zip

MP3 320kbps (10.2MB ziped)
http://mmcgrew.net/media/audio/pink_..._noise_MP3.zip

happy burning-in
thanks! gonna leave it overnight and see the difference
post #37 of 353
Thanks.. I'm getting tons of new gear in the next 5 or so days (AlienDAC, E500s, 3.5 to RCA, Cardas HPI, Recable cable..) I'll set up that FLAC to repeat in Foobar and burn em in all together.
post #38 of 353
Thanks for the pink noise. My Beyers still only have ~100 hours on them, it might do some good.
post #39 of 353
hilikus,

thanks for putting up the files.

what volume should I run them on?

Thanks.
post #40 of 353
Run them soft if your equipment's straight out of the box, a little bit higher than normal listening level otherwise. I think that's the norm.
post #41 of 353
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Originally Posted by hilikus View Post
Here is 5min of pink noise I generated. Just set it on repeat .

FLAC (23.5MB ziped)
http://mmcgrew.net/media/audio/pink_...noise_FLAC.zip

MP3 320kbps (10.2MB ziped)
http://mmcgrew.net/media/audio/pink_..._noise_MP3.zip

happy burning-in
Thanks,

For some reason I'm only getting it on one channel though

EDIT: Weird, through my H120 I only get it in the left channel but both on my pc speakers...
post #42 of 353
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Originally Posted by SptsNaz View Post
Thanks,

For some reason I'm only getting it on one channel though

EDIT: Weird, through my H120 I only get it in the left channel but both on my pc speakers...
The balance was in the center on the program when I made it.
post #43 of 353
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The balance was in the center on the program when I made it.
Yeh, noticed that. Not sure what's going on, all my music works fine on my mp3 player but this doesn't. My fault not yours
post #44 of 353
Hmm maybe just use it off of your computer.
post #45 of 353
Link to the wav file is not working.
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