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- Mar 28, 2011
Maybe it is true that we cannot hear certain frequencies, and there is no difference between those formats on what we hear.
Here is my opinion about it, when someone plays a guitar, all the range of sound frequencies go into our ears, granted, we won't "hear" all of them, but what if in some way, even though there is no sound, there is still a "feel" of something there, just like when you play a really low or high frequency, there is no sound, but know something is there.
With MP3 or lossy you are cutting all that "feel" that someone decided you didn't need.
I don't know, that's my opinion and maybe I'm just crazy, but aren't we all around here?
Well, we sit around pumping recorded music directly into our ears. Nah, nothin crazy there.
Just a suggestion, you might want to do your own ABX tests of various formats. Might help you feel more comfortable with whatever final opinion you land on. Worked pretty well for me.