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re: More on digital audio formats: 24/192, iTunes optimized, adaptive
goonsnoopy   12/11/2012 9:35:52 AM
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re: More on digital audio formats: 24/192, iTunes optimized, adaptive
goonsnoopy   10/23/2012 6:07:58 AM
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The quality of digital audio formats or vido formats is very important, and everyone likes the best sound quality music. But we have to face the reality of Format conversion when we have to do so. This kind of problems trouble me especially when I make a video. For example, flv to mov ( http://www.league-soft.com/how-to/convert-flv-to-mov-mac.html ) , flv to avi, and so on.

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re: More on digital audio formats: 24/192, iTunes optimized, adaptive
goonsnoopy   10/23/2012 6:06:55 AM
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The quality of digital audio formats or vido formats is very important, and everyone likes the best sound quality music. But we have to face the reality of Format conversion when we have to do so. This kind of problems trouble me especially when I make a video. For example, flv to mov(http://www.league-soft.com/how-to/convert-flv-to-mov-mac.html), flv to avi, and so on.

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re: More on digital audio formats: 24/192, iTunes optimized, adaptive
old account Frank Eory   3/24/2012 12:20:52 AM
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Monty's article on "Why 24/192 Music Downloads Make No Sense" should be a must-read for any audiophile. His argument against excessive sampling rate is really just an extension of a concept that most engineers know very well -- the notion that a system should never have more bandwidth than it truly needs, or bad things may happen. Somewhat less obvious but equally true is his argument for why the noise floor at 16 bits is already below what any of us can hear.

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re: More on digital audio formats: 24/192, iTunes optimized, adaptive
t.alex   3/23/2012 9:30:23 AM
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Excited to see this new technology from Apple.



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