Actually I tried playing a FLAC file on my system but it didn't quite sound different than a 5 times smaller mp3.
I am not sure what am I missing (except good sound ) . Any help is highly appreciated.
I have trouble telling 128kbs mp3 from FLAC for the kind of music I listen to (mostly classical), so everything is ripped to V2 mp3 in case my ears magically get a lot better some day in the future.
Generally, computer sound cards are of enough quality these days that you don't need to buy a separate one unless you have special considerations (like, if you need ultra low latency or multiple inputs for recording music).
Speakers are okay, they do sound hissy when go to high volume
Tell me, please, what parameters of equipment must be different for listening to FLAC and NOT FLAC sound programs.
Quote from: Fedot L on 17 January, 2012, 09:21:43 AMTell me, please, what parameters of equipment must be different for listening to FLAC and NOT FLAC sound programs.What?Care to explain what you mean?