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according to your suggestions i did another testing (identical source like the above).
If you're asking yourself why the hell i did use such big lame syntaxes and didn't just use --alt-preset standard or perhaps --alt-preset extreme i'm gonna tell you why: the whole test-idea came to me as i wrote that hifi-forum thread where i was talking about selling music on the internet (like popfile.de) and how quality may be to which prices. but that isn't worth discussing because musiclabels won't sell mp3s or other non-drm-fileformats and if they'll do they won't do it with great quality, or am i wrong?
btw: wouldn't have my soundcard if it resampled the output to 48kHz (which i'm quite sure it doesn't) this also done on the original wav? wouldn't that mean that the particular error(s) must have been on all replays so it's meaningless?
... what about you?