[vorbis] An intresting article

Christian.Buchner Christian.Buchner1 at epost.de
Sat Dec 21 17:58:19 PST 2002

>> Unintended Consequences of MP3 Compression to Hearing:
>> http://www.informatik.fh-hamburg.de/~windle_c/Logologie/MP3-Gefahr/MP3-risk.html 

> In 2000, I listened to MP3 exclusively for a few months. Almost all files were
> CBR, 32 kHz, Stereo, 192 or 224 kbit/sec, encoded with Lame 3.80 or so. After this
> I noticed that CDs sounded noisy.

I believe people should be more worried about radiation from their cellphones.

Well even IF listening to psychoacoustically coded music influences your hearing,
it will be mostly influencing your musical taste. Listen to country music for a month
and you will eventually learn to bear it. LOL.

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