Although the title might get misread ^_^ I have a notion to share. It feels to me as, if a 16 bit song (44.1 kHz) is played in both a player and on a system that is set to 16 bit (44.1 kHz). The sound will be Tight/Attack/Rap/Snappy (in a good sense). And if the player encoeds the song in 24 or 32 bit (44.1 kHz), the sound gets Sloppy/saggy/dulled/muffled. But the sound also becomes... deeper/more rich/wider/more colorful IMO! The reason I want it "Tight" is that I listen to a lot of electro. And a main drive in this genre is generally the digital exactness. I'm aware that this is a new form of Audiophile. Otherwise the traditional audiophile listens to soft recorded music on Tidal or SACD, where 24 bit realy can give the song more... room. Now, I'm a novice at this. But I like to share this view with you now. And maybe in the future there will be a higher demand for Hi-Res Dubstep ^_^ And these guys don't want a soft tune in jRiver or Audivana. They want a kick that blasts the door out! A. Try VLC. 1. Settings: S/PDIF on, no peek limiter, no audio resampling and output modules: from memory. 2. use Mac (sorry I was pro PC before). 3. Set MiDi settings to 16/44.1 (or whatever the track is) 4. Turn off WiFi 5. Full Volume (full Bitrate). B. Use QuickLook in finder (actually a good player!). Scroll by holding the mouse over the track and sliding right on the touch pad. Good luck! P.s. I might be wrong... who knows.