[vorbis] c't listening test: Ogg problem at 128kbps
andras at users.sourceforge.net
Tue Sep 3 06:05:11 PDT 2002
> It's caused by the lossless coupling at hi frqs and the effect is
> stronger if you listen the music with headphones. I don't know if
> it's possible to fix the problem without removing lossless coupling,
> but the problem should be addressed in some way, because most music
> this day have that kind of sound.
Do I get you (and the others) right, it has something to do with phase
errors between the left/right channels? That would make perfect sense.
> > If you like, I can put the reference file on the web (assuming it's
> > copyright-cleared, given that c't has distributed them to basically
> > anyone), so that you can try encoding and listening for yourself.
> If you can, I'm curious to try.
Here it is:
This is the uncompressed sample of about 20 seconds, compress and
uncompress as you wish...
e-mail: andras at users.sourceforge.net
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