I've compared them (flac) to iTunes Mp3 and ripped CD's.
I asked does iTunes deliver 320 Mp3's ?
Aren't they 256 AAC ?
If not, I don't believe I have any 320 Mp3 to compare.
And yes, I have not performed any specific controlled tests, other than some iTunes tracks that are duplicates of my HD tracks.
Very ad hoc.
Hey, I'm just a rube engaging in a bit of banter. I'm pseudo technical and I'm an easy sell.
Right now it's very easy for me to purchase from HD Tracks. I import the files, convert them and listen through via iTunes / Apple Remote / RedEye Pro.
Again, I'm confused, where do I purchase 320 Mp3's Legit music ?
Is there an option on the iTunes store?
Do I convert my iTunes files?
What is the upside?
The prices on HD Tracks don't bother me...... Yes, I'm an idiot that paid more for 192kHz. (no more) Logic told me that was the case.
The 16/44.1 or 24/92 are fine at $18 per album. My biggest concern is that I'll run out of music I like in their catalog.
Then 320 Mp3 sounds like the ticket. To be redundant, where do I purchase the music?
Perhaps you've answered me and it went right past me.
So, to peak my curiosity I will acquire foobar2000 for the file conversion and ABX