Well...I can't hear the difference on my setup...
post #61 of 73
2/25/07 at 2:16am
Akathriel, Ampl1tude, aphex944, Asmo, Barry, Benco, BigSurSpoon, blinx, erwanito, eVITAERC, GameBlaster, goodsound, Karlosak, Maleficio, mrdelayer, pheonix991, practitioner, PsychoZX, Redo, TestSpecimen, TURBO, Vuti, Whitebread, and xand1x -- please post your ABX results.
i don't think i can, but it's totally irrespective; the main reason to have a lossless copy is for longevity, not just that you can hear a big difference; do you really want to lose audio quality? when you go from aac to mp3 to ogg, to whatever comes next, you keep losing quality. but if you have a FLAC copy, you'll always have a perfect original, no matter what format you use in the years to come for lossy audio portably
in the search for audio perfection, depending on lossy copies is a sin
So, here it is. I will have to admit that the first time I tried I got 9/10. I am not going to post that for obvious reasons.
I tried again and (thank god - phew) I got 10/10:
foo_abx 1.3.1 report
File A: D:\ABX\Sacrificed Sons\07 - Sacrificed Sons.flac
File B: D:\ABX\Sacrificed Sons\07 - Sacrificed Sons.mp3