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[TOS #8] millionth TOS reminder, thread split
32bitwonder
post May 4 2004, 20:26
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Well, VBR extreme sounded brilliant since the days of Psytel


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My thoughts about AAC in general are as follows: I've always liked the warm (full) sound of MP3 but to me it has always lacked detail. I then tried OGG, and while it sounded more detailed than MP3, it lacked warmth and sounded brittle in comparison. AAC (to my ears) combines the best of both worlds in terms of warmth and detail. This makes AAC my favourite lossy format.

Just my 2 cents.
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post May 4 2004, 20:31
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QUOTE (32bitwonder @ May 4 2004, 08:26 PM)
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Well, VBR extreme sounded brilliant since the days of Psytel


biggrin.gif

My thoughts about AAC in general are as follows: I've always liked the warm (full) sound of MP3 but to me it has always lacked detail. I then tried OGG, and while it sounded more detailed than MP3, it lacked warmth and sounded brittle in comparison. AAC (to my ears) combines the best of both worlds in terms of warmth and detail. This makes AAC my favourite lossy format.

Just my 2 cents.

Welcome to Hydrogenaudio.org 32bitwonder.
Sorry to offend you, but your 2cents are worth nothing here.
As you might have noticed before HA.org has a very strict policy regarding quality related statements about audio signals and you have to provide at least ABX results when claiming one format's superiority over another.

Please familiarize yourself with TOS#8 before making another quality related statement.


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32bitwonder
post May 4 2004, 20:39
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As you might have noticed before HA.org has a very strict policy regarding quality related statements about audio signals and you have to provide at least ABX results when claiming one format's superiority over another.


You're quite right. My apologies.
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