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Ever tried encoding some 32kbps MP3s just for fun?
BFG
post Oct 24 2012, 02:06
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Yes, they'd be completely useless...but I'm curious if anyone else has tried this on some of their favorite songs just for the heck of it.
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halb27
post Oct 24 2012, 06:17
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Motivated by a recent discussion here on 32kHz resampled 128 kbps mp3s I did some tests, with problem samples as well as some of my favorite music, with an experimental -V5+ and -V4+ functional extension of 3.99.5z.
IMO it's not absurd at all to use it, but even I who's not sensitive to pre-echo could ABX the restricted temporal resolution on a -V4+ version of a critical non-problem track (Rickie Lee Jones' Under The Boardwalk). However the issue was not very obvious to me, and for people not sensitive to pre-echo this might be a good choice as 32 kHz sampling frequency is good for the quality of tonal parts of the music. Anyway nothing I'd like to use personally.

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Nessuno
post Oct 24 2012, 10:02
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Not a pointless question at all: some internet radios stream 32kpbs mp3.


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