Yes, in most cases, especially with redbook (16/44.1) material and acoustic music, the improvement of going to 1M taps it is VERY straightforward. No need to break it down in audiophile slang, it is just a more natural, emotional and involving presentation. As I mainly listen to acoustic unamplified music, I can report that the improvement remains clearly noticeable to my ears also with higher resolution recordings and even with DSD, with reference to depth perception, spatial cues, cleanliness of attack and decay of notes, smoothness. That said, in some cases you may not notice the change with quick A/B tests, but it becomes apparent if you listen with 1M taps for some days and then switch back to pass through. I clearly feel that some life and involvement is missing then!