high resolution audio

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    Which bit and sampling rate to feed a minidsp?

    I tried to understand this, and looked for answers all over, but couldn't really. I'm lost at the beginning of the learning curve and can't find my way back. I use DDRC24. I stream directly from Qobuz in my notebook, then to the DDRC, then to amp (a hypex nc252), and to jbl arena120 and svs...
  2. TheHighContemplator

    New Standard 50 Track Demo Playlist [link to download]

    Link to download: Total edited runtime: 2 hours 40 minutes 5 seconds [approx. 4.5 hours without edits] Total tracks over 5 minutes: 6 Average runtime of tracks under 5 minutes: 2 minutes 57 seconds Total size of playlist: 6.55GB Bit depth and resolution: 16-32bit/44.1-192kHz (I wanted as little...
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    High resolution audio inquery

    A couple of more detailed hi-res audio questions - for future reference. Multiple answers are accepted and I am happy to add relevant poll questions - feel free to suggest. Edit/clarification: can hear better sound quality of hi-res files mastered at least 24bit/88.2kHz: 24bit/88.2kHz should...
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    Audiophile Music Sales

    Of special interest to the audiophile community might be tracks 2, 3, 6 & 9. These tracks have been recorded using just one microphone, the Josephson C700S. The advantages of the One Microphone approach to recording are obvious: perfect imaging, great sense of depth, superior realism and phase...
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  6. TheBatman_Yo

    High Resolution Audio Controversy on Wikipedia

    I know this is a little random, but I was browsing Wikipedia's pages on High Resolution Audio, DVD-A, and Super Audio CDs recently and noticed something a little interesting: The SACD page leads with mentioning the Audio Engineering Society's double blind test that demonstrated that people could...
  7. dallasjustice

    Hi-Res Meta Analysis

    This is a new AES paper which is a meta analysis of many studies which sought to determine whether test subjects could reliably tell the difference between 44.1khz and so called "hi-res" digital. The conclusion was that there's a small but statistically significant ability to distinguish the...
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