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AAC: iTunes indicate it as superior to MP3... but is true?
post Jul 29 2011, 08:16
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Hi to all,

I have an iPod, i use a Mac, but for audio I prefer to use EAC + LAME.

On different web site, I have read that with an ABX, the AAC format at the same bitrate give a more better audio experience and the audio quality is very high respect to MP3.

this is only marketing from Apple... or is the reality?

I'm evaulating the possibility to switch to AAC if is very superior.

But the question is another...

- because use AAC when only Apple Player can use it?

My car don't read AAC, my DVD player read only MP3.

I have bought a Mac for his superior OS, respect to Windows XP, but actually im concerned about a problem... I see that the Apple World is too close... and some time is too similar to the worse side of Microsoft

Thanks for the explanation.

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post Nov 10 2011, 00:56
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I highly doubt that page you posted.

LAME at 320 just acceptable?

Unless this guy has GOLDEN EARS, i don't believe him.

Actually, I highly doubt that the majority of the people can just listen to LAME -V0 and differentiate from the original.

Besides, that seems to be from 2003, 8 years old encoders.

This post has been edited by kwanbis: Nov 10 2011, 00:59

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