Of course. When you don't like the outcome of studies and tests, just blame "the internet".
Also, to sekka, ignoring all of the evidence and explanations I've put forth on this subject because you disagree with something I said on another topic is... well that basically means you know you're incorrect but feel more comfortable discarding what I've said for whatever reason. That's fine.
I'm actually kinda tired of debating this. You guys can yammer and yap on and on. It's starting to give me headaches; I can only pull up the studies and articles so many times before I come to the conclusion that some people just refuse to believe what's staring them in the face. So... with that, I bow out. Feel free to have the last word, I'm done here.
It doesn't matter that I disagree with you. Factual information disagrees with you. All studies done on the subject disagree with you. The point is, you conjured facts from thin air to further your argument, and that undermines the entire argument.
A quick Google search on the subject would have revealed ~
Do your sensory organs not recognize this? As for the "60 fps human eye cap"
I don't remember stating my position on lossless vs. 320 kbps, regardless. So, I don't see how I can be considered incorrect. I can't tell the difference between the two, but I listen to mainly metal and electronic genres. I also don't feel that those listening on anything less than summit-fi gear are qualified to declare that there is no difference between lossy/lossless. Even then, I would expect them to fail the test if using any samples they are not exceedingly familiar with. Most people that bash 320 kbps are probably bashing old codecs.
Edited by Sekka - 3/24/14 at 9:48pm