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Hydrogenaudio Forum => Listening Tests => Topic started by: MiGamer5 on 2020-10-11 18:23:56

Title: AAC vs OGG vs OPUS (OGG and OPUS are boosting sub-bass.)
Post by: MiGamer5 on 2020-10-11 18:23:56
I'm converting FLAC files to AAC, VORBIS and OPUS. (320kbps or higher with all latest encoders)
When I play them on my pc it sounds almost same.

But when I transfer those files to my mobile and play with Samsung Music or any music player.
I can hear the difference. AAC sounds similar to FLAC and it's transparent.
But...

OGG and OPUS adds gain to the sub-bass frequency and makes mid sound more mono.
It feels like the vocal is in my head. It doesn't sounds like the FLAC file.

I can clearly hear that VORBIS and OPUS both do the same job. They boost 60-100khz frequency.

Is there any solution to fix it ??
Title: Re: AAC vs OGG vs OPUS (OGG and OPUS are boosting sub-bass.)
Post by: saratoga on 2020-10-11 20:12:04
Probably something with the app you're using for decode. 
Title: Re: AAC vs OGG vs OPUS (OGG and OPUS are boosting sub-bass.)
Post by: itisljar on 2020-10-11 20:13:19
First, ABX these on computer. Then we can discuss.

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