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Successful ABX testing to hear the difference between Redbook Audio vs upsampled to 192/24

Discussion in 'Sound Science' started by ultmusicsnob, Aug 14, 2013.
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  1. UltMusicSnob
    This file is encoded in a slightly different way, using Variable Bit Rate at highest quality setting on the LAME encoder ( -V0 ).
     
    The following is the foobar log for comparing this high quality MP3 versus the original WAV source file ( 44.1/16).
    Like the previous ones, the algorithm is excellent. But it's not transparent.
    This is a planned set of 12 rounds.
     
    foo_abx 1.3.4 report
    foobar2000 v1.2.8
    2013/09/17 21:33:35
    File A: C:\Users\KiarkAudio\Documents\Ravel Listening Tests\Ravel_Test_File_2_short.wav
    File B: C:\Users\KiarkAudio\Documents\Ravel Listening Tests\Ravel_Test_File_4.mp3
    21:33:35 : Test started.
    21:34:23 : 01/01  50.0%
    21:36:14 : 02/02  25.0%
    21:36:31 : 03/03  12.5%
    21:37:10 : 04/04  6.3%
    21:37:39 : 05/05  3.1%
    21:38:24 : 06/06  1.6%
    21:39:48 : 06/07  6.3%
    21:40:48 : 07/08  3.5%
    21:41:57 : 08/09  2.0%
    21:43:02 : 09/10  1.1%
    21:44:01 : 10/11  0.6%
    21:46:34 : 10/12  1.9%
    21:46:46 : Test finished.
     ----------
    Total: 10/12 (1.9%)
     
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