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Re: MQA Damage Control

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Using the "MQA Lossless" logo because, y'know, MQA have never lied about losslessness, that's why MQA had to change their FAQs and hope that nobody knows the Internet Archive.

There must have been an answer in this thread, and I have probably read it too, but if these top frequencies are so important, what is even the case for MQA over going double sample rate and higher bit depth?
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Re: MQA Damage Control

Reply #26
There must have been an answer in this thread, and I have probably read it too, but if these top frequencies are so important, what is even the case for MQA over going double sample rate and higher bit depth?

Asking the question is answering it as well. MQA has become first and foremost a business model. It's all about licensing and controlling as much of the software and hardware chain as possible. Technically it is a solution in search of a problem to solve.

 
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