Re: A Meta-Analysis of High Resolution Audio Perceptual Evaluation Reply #125 – 2016-07-09 17:42:32 Paper:In summary, these results imply that, though the effect is perhaps small and difficult to detect, the perceived fidelity of an audio recording and playback chain "is affected" by operating beyond conventional consumer oriented levels. Furthermore, though the causes are still unknown, this perceived effect can be confirmed with a variety of statistical approaches and it can be greatly improved through training.PR:said Reiss. “Our study finds high-resolution audio has a small but important advantage in its quality of reproduction over standard audio content."Quote from: Jakob1863 on 2016-07-09 14:28:06At a glance i think "markedly beyond" is exaggerated.Bullshit. Nothing in the papers mined statistics of dubious results, suggests any "advantage". That's pure believer wishful thinking, at best.