One of those files was encoded with Ogg Vorbis AoTuV (b6.03) at quality 8, resulting in a bitrate of approximately 256 kbps. Ogg Vorbis/AoTuV is said to be superior to MP3, so I'm wondering if you guys can tell the difference, especially those of you with high-end gear. At that bitrate, it's supposed to be transparent, so it's perfectly normal if you can't tell the difference. If you can, however, please post your impressions and what tipped you off in particular.
The clip is from Elton John's Bitter Fingers, from the album Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy.
Edited by skamp - 3/25/12 at 12:35am