[vorbis] mp3-wav-cd-audio "acoustically equivalent" to wav-cd-audio ?
jernej.simoncic at guest.arnes.si
Fri Aug 31 02:52:39 PDT 2001
31. avgust 2001, 9:54:38, you wrote:
YG> 1. recite to WAV. save as A.wav
YG> 2. encode A.mp3 from A.wav
YG> 3. create B.wav from A.mp3.
YG> 4. ask someone to burn A.wav and B.wav to an audio CD (double blind -
YG> neither you, nor they, shoudl know which is which).
YG> 5. listen to the CD in a standard player. You will hear zero differrence in
YG> sound quality.
This depends, on which bitrate you select for MP3.
A lot of people won't hear any difference between 128kbit MP3 and
original, however many will (and don't even try to play 128kbps mp3 to
an audiophile - he'll probably get heart attack:). Anyway, minimum
bitrate for what you're doing is 192kbps, but some people will hear
difference there, too...
Jernej Simoncic, jernej.simoncic at guest.arnes.si
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