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post #31 of 138
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Originally Posted by jinx20001 View Post
dam now thats the audiophiles way of explaining things i struggled with that and i consider myself an audiophile
really? haha I'm sorry
post #32 of 138
Thread Starter 
but arent mp3 can be cd quality too? they could of ripped the cd to mp3 and uploaded it, no?
post #33 of 138
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Originally Posted by DavidMahler View Post
really? haha I'm sorry
na by all means i understood it but considering theheadphonemans's knowledge of mp3 formats im not sure he would
post #34 of 138
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Originally Posted by theheadphoneman2 View Post
but arent mp3 can be cd quality too? they could of ripped the cd to mp3 and uploaded it, no?
I'm not quite sure I understand this statement, but I will clarify that mp3s are not as good as the actually cd or wav file.....they may sound as good, but upon converting from one mp3 to another you will not have the same success.
post #35 of 138
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Originally Posted by theheadphoneman2 View Post
but arent mp3 can be cd quality too? they could of ripped the cd to mp3 and uploaded it, no?
First off, thanks guys for the props of my analogy.

On topic of what I have quoted, no; only lossless formats like FLAC or ALAC are TRUE 1:1 copies of a normal CD.
post #36 of 138
Thread Starter 
ok but is the chunk of wood the cd?
post #37 of 138
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Originally Posted by theheadphoneman2 View Post
but arent mp3 can be cd quality too? they could of ripped the cd to mp3 and uploaded it, no?
yeh thats possible i suppose but uve got to take into acount u get the mp3 version,the mp3 you download always starts off as a downloaded mp3 on your computer an was never ripped from cd,i see where your coming from and its difficult to explain,but we are considering that you are ripping from cd not the net,if you get music off the net the general rule for decent quality is stay about 192 or 256 or anything vbr
post #38 of 138
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Originally Posted by theheadphoneman2 View Post
ok but is the chunk of wood the cd?
yeh so u take the chunk of wood and smash what you like off it,if its an mp3 you cnt stick wood back on and make it better
post #39 of 138
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ok ty and have you guys have heard of a program called i-doser? it can simultate your brainwaves to a certain effect f.e. cocaine... anyways there is a guide to convert the i-doser .drg file to .wav, once it's at .wav, can you convert it to 320 kbps mp3 and will it have the same quality as the .wav?
post #40 of 138
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Originally Posted by theheadphoneman2 View Post
ok ty and have you guys have heard of a program called i-doser? it can simultate your brainwaves to a certain effect f.e. cocaine... anyways there is a guide to convert the i-doser .drg file to .wav, once it's at .wav, can you convert it to 320 kbps mp3 and will it have the same quality as the .wav?
oh dear... now the non audiophile has lost me,i wonder sometimes wether i should consider quitting this game
post #41 of 138
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Originally Posted by theheadphoneman2 View Post
ok ty and have you guys have heard of a program called i-doser? it can simultate your brainwaves to a certain effect f.e. cocaine... anyways there is a guide to convert the i-doser .drg file to .wav, once it's at .wav, can you convert it to 320 kbps mp3 and will it have the same quality as the .wav?
huh? You want to get high from sound?
post #42 of 138
i dont mean any disrespect by that comment either headphoneman just to make that clear i just dint get it dats all
post #43 of 138
Okay, it seems now that the OP is asking about the quality of a sound file that nobody sane here has heard of, and in retrospect is wondering if the quality of the no-name sound file will affect how high he will get from the sound waves of those so-said files.

Dear God, that was a long run-on sentence of sorts!
post #44 of 138
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Originally Posted by TheMarchingMule View Post
Okay, it seems now that the OP is asking about the quality of a sound file that nobody sane here has heard of, and in retrospect is wondering if the quality of the no-name sound file will affect how high he will get from the sound waves of those so-said files.

Dear God, that was a long run-on sentence of sorts!
i know,you wanna spit it out in english now your getting as bad as headphoneman
post #45 of 138
This is so entertaining. I think I'll go get my iPod and listen to the 30 minute "peyote" file :-)
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