Drubbing wrote:As far as I read it it's only a chip upgrade from Intel which will allow signal splitting between devices and improve DVD presentation from PCs. As such, it doesn't seem to me to be driven by SQ considerations. It's also been around since 2005 and hasn't taken the audio world by storm.
Drubbing wrote:Regardless of that, there is also another source to consider and that's the recording quality in the first place, which varies a lot. No chip can stuff in what isn't there to begin with, nor can it polish turds.
Byron wrote:Just read an forum "24bit versus 16bit, The Myth Exploded" something like that in head-fi website. Now I am starting to doubt about 24bit performance......
ihasmario wrote:The only people who lose in the end are people who feel the need to have 400+ albums on their mp3 player in a lossless format - and I hate people who complain about not being able to do that.
ihasmario wrote:The storage argument is always lost on me. Assuming they're shipped on discs or usb sticks - it wont take any more space than a CD. Assuming they're downloaded, hard drives are extremely cheap.
The only people who lose in the end are people who feel the need to have 400+ albums on their mp3 player in a lossless format - and I hate people who complain about not being able to do that.
Marcus wrote:Production quality is way more important.
A well mastered and mixed CD can sound amazing, yet most recently released material is just really, really poor, with virtually no dynamic range so you just get WALL OF LOUD SOUND
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