1.FM has an amazing sound, what DSP do you think they're using? 2018-08-12 20:29:06 I've been listening to this online radio: http://sc-classrock.1.fm:8200/I really like how all of the songs sound really good. All the details are heard and I can't notice any distrortion or other unwanted effects with the DSP they're using. This is true for low frequency sounds (bass, drums) and for high frequency sounds (cymbals), and everything else too, really. With some of the songs I can hear details that I never heard before and I know those songs very well.To test, that it's not a placebo or just in my mind, I did an ABX test. I ripped the song "Pearl Jam - Daughter", when they've played it and then compared it to my 320 kbps mp3 rip. They're using 320 kbps mp3 too, BTW.Results:foo_abx 1.3.4 reportfoobar2000 v1.3.52018/08/12 21:06:10File A: C:\Users\psycho\Downloads\rip.mp4File B: E:\mp3\p\Pearl Jam\1993 - Vs\Pearl Jam - 03 - Daughter.mp321:06:10 : Test started.21:06:49 : 01/01 50.0%21:06:59 : 02/02 25.0%21:07:05 : 03/03 12.5%21:07:11 : 04/04 6.3%21:07:20 : 05/05 3.1%21:07:26 : 06/06 1.6%21:07:31 : 07/07 0.8%21:07:36 : 08/08 0.4%21:07:53 : 09/09 0.2%21:08:08 : Test finished. ---------- Total: 9/9 (0.2%)Don't let the filename fool you. It's mp4 only as a container, inside there's an mp3. I used VLC to rip the stream, of course with no transcoding, but by default it used mp4 for the container.So, I am interested if anyone will take the time and tell me your opinion of what DPS they might be using. Whatever it is, it is good for soft rock songs as well as some of the most heavy ones. A universial solution it would seem, at least to me.My guess is, they're applying some dynamic range compression, and maybe some EQ with that. But they must've tuned it to perfection for rock/metal music.Anyway, looking forward to other opinions.