The artist added two b sides which I had prior as an mp3.
AuCDtect said the source of the two files was mp3.
It seems the cut off is around 16 khz but the spectrum also goes into 22.
Are we thinking this still isn't a flac because the cut off occured at 16? Why is some of the music hitting 22?
Flac 1 and 2 files are the ones in question. Flac 3 seems to have more detail and is labeled as CDDA as the source in AuCdtect.
I have also shown the mp3s I had prior. The "Flac" seems better but maybe not?
DSPs don't work with direct DSD playback. Nor do pretty much any of the features for manipulating the audio data.
Bummer..... thanx for the info. Any tips on how to achieve what I want to achieve?
So just to reiterate, I am playing a DSD file followed by a 44.1 WAV
Bruce in Philly
Subsequently I used DBPoweramp to convert the files to uncompressed.why though? FLAC decoding is extremely cheap on CPU.
that person not agreed and so I have created this threadyou know, there are enough trolls on the Internet making nonsensical claims, that making a thread about each of them would quickly turn a forum into a spam fest.
because the music player gets stopped when the wired earphones is disconnected and doesn't resume when the wired earphones are re connected againthere are players who can change this behavior, so if that's the only reason to say goodbye to corded headphones it's a waste of money.
earphone products which are affordable, durable, highest quality in soundif these existed, nobody would ever buy any other.
I can recommend audiotechnica M50x, but I'm not sure if these count as affordable.
Does ear gets damaged by using these software's.if it could then listening to certain "bad" kinds of music also could. if a software can modify the sound making it "harmful" somehow then this could as well be in the sound recording from the beginning.
I have installed arise sound mod on my device to get rich experience while listening to music and it is working properly.
Arise sound mod includes Dolby atmos, Dolby digital plus, viper, dirac etc.,. Does ear gets damaged by using these software's.
One week back I brought xiomi Bluetooth audio receiver from this webpage
I have brought it because the music player gets stopped when the wired earphones is disconnected and doesn't resume when the wired earphones are re connected again.
Do you think listening to music through xiomi Bluetooth audio receiver is not safe.
I heard somewhere that if we continuously listen music some of the cells in human brain gets damaged.Seems complete nonsense to me.
And what kind of radiation do you expect these headphones to emit?
@others: he's not talking about Bluetooth or other wireless headphones, the examples he gave are all corded phones.