FLAC & iPhone 2018-11-06 05:57:57 I'm fairly new at this and I want to check that Im going about things in a reasonable manner.Most of my "serious" music is in FLAC files on my hard drive (I use Logitech Squeezebox for streaming them in the house to NAD amp etc in basement).I also have Apple Music for casual listening and of course all those tracks are "duplicated" there in lower quality form, which is fine for purpose (Kef ceiling speakers in kitchen, Energy bookshelf in living room old iphone with Harman Kardon CL phones etc). I now have an iPhone 8 plus with a lot more storage so I can put a good chunk my music library on it if I wish, and am looking at getting some mid-quality Bluetooth headphones. So a ton of questions.1. Given its iPhone, I should get headphones that support AAC codec in the Blurtooth? I realise aptX is no use, the question is am I right that AAC will be noticeable versus SBC. Sennheiser (HD1, PXC550 etc) in particular seem not to support AAC.2. With mid quality headphones would I hear the difference between FLAC files transferred direct to the iPhone and played with, say, Foobar 2000 Mobile; versus convert to high bit rate AAC files before transfer to iPhone and then play through iOS Music App). Or will that cause Apple to convert down to lower bit rate AAC? Bear in mind I might also use the headphones wired in some cases, if it makes a difference, but Im not wild about the 2 cable thing with iPhone . Im not entirely sure I understand what happens when Foobar2000 plays a FLAC file on the iPhone.