I said that which Amazon's encoder saw fit to throw out was within the range of human hearing.
I know I can't hear the stuff that was cut off of in the mp3 file.
Or maybe: "which file theoretically would better represent the source to all humans?"
This really isn't worth me getting upset over
I apologize for not being on the same page as most of you. Hopefully now I am.
Just because there are high frequencies, it does not mean that they are the same as in the original.
Given the cons of using these tools (read: iPod can't decode it properly) it is probably not a good idea to enable them.