I prefer hearing it in 40kbps AAC.
The distortion is soothing to my ears.
Nah, audio book 32 kbps MP3 is the way to go!
I've never seen soy sauce that viscous-looking before.
They're just like Nico before she joined Muse.
Did you at least get a refund?
Damn you, Oneplus, I don't want to deal with your invites right now. I was just about to take my leave. (Click to show)
Anyway, I'm going to have to think about what I should do with this, so don't ask me for it yet.
Hopefully I can, it's probably worth a considerable price here on the Australian market.
Of course, there is plenty of misleading information to be found on any audio-related website.
Are you implying that I'm imagining the difference? Because I'm certainly not...it's rather easy to hear the difference between clear, punchy, and tight and muddy, distorted, dull, bloated, etc.
In fact, I just heard the lossy version of one track and it doesn't even sound a third as good as the lossless. There is easily noticeable distortion.
I once stumbled over a thread where a guy explained why silver cables do sound exactly 5.3 times better than copper ones. Something about particle physics or whatever. He was either a really really good professional troll or a lunatic.
Nah, I can hear that myself. Only to a certain extend though.
320kbs MP3 vs. 564kbs FLAC? Nope, does sound exactly the same to me.
256kbs MP3 vs. 978kbs FLAC? Jup, the FLAC does sound better.
I even have some rips where I believe to hear a difference between the 320kbs and FLAC version. But only a few.
FLAC vs. WAV....does sound exactly the same to me.
I still think some people really go above and beyond with the whole file format thing....people who claim to hear like a 10kbs difference. BS, if you ask me.
Yeah, I even remember stumbling across a thread where someone said that gold cables were inferior to copper ones in terms of sound quality. LOL!
I'd like to take one of those apart...
Cue this thing again:
Doesn't really have anything to do with MLP except character likeness's, I showed this video to some people to introduce them to the show back in the day. It actually worked pretty often.
One thing I don't like about xACT is that it leaves an encoder tag filled in.
You tried to natively install Linux on OS X? It is possible, but hardware support was very lacking back then. I'm not sure how it is now, but I installed Ubuntu and Windows XP on my 2008 aluminum MacBook back in 2009.
Isn't there a setting for that?
btw, did I mention my server is actually a mac mini?
I deeply regret getting it now but hey, it's usable.
I have an old Dell Inspiron 530s that needs a new hard drive. Maybe I can use it as some sort of media server...