Could it be a decoder/player issue?
No eq is necessary.
What I think you are experiencing with vorbis vs mp3 is a difference in bass encoding, which without gain correction is amplified.
Lack of bass and effects like this are often a consequence of placebo effect
The ogg files sound softer than the mp3 ones.
hy William,i can tell but can't proove my "scientific proofs"....
hy William,i can tell but can't proove my "scientific proofs"....they are:5.1 pro logic and 2 stereo amplifiers,10 speakers,~60.000 mp3,? oggs, ac3-5.1 (audios dvds),~1500 cdas,45 years as musician,35 years as eltronic technician,all day long encoding music for more than 10 years,(i stop to sleep sometimes)and the very important part: my ears.i will that it don't brake TOS #8 violations or any other.best regards...sincere!
Well you are breaking TOS 8
Interpretation of a blind listening testOf course ABX test are not infaillible.
Quote from: jeo on 01 May, 2006, 01:24:23 AMhy William,i can tell but can't proove my "scientific proofs"....Since you cannot prove your claim that vorbis sounds better, I have contacted admins and mods about this thread, and I know they will take appropriate actions.