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  1. I took this test using only my laptop and some decent over ear headphones, no DAC. Funny they seemed to change the order of the music. I had to listen to JayZ and Katy Perry first and it was very difficult for my ears not to puke, let alone determine which was which. I was pretty sure I would get the Neil Young and Classical samples correct and I also got Coldplay by guessing. Scored three total. I guess it doesn't matter which digital file I get, I can't tell that much of a difference. https://www.npr.org/sections/therecord/2015/06/02/411473508/how-well-can-you-hear-audio-quality
  2. I primarily buy second hand iTunes codes to build up my movie library these days as opposed to physical formats. I've been frequenting different boards where people post what they're selling/looking for but going through multiple pages of some forum looking for a specific movie in a specific format got a little tedious for me and I kinda wanted a better option, so I built one! The site is a place where you can buy and sell your digital movie codes of different formats to other users with a (hopefully) easy-to-use interface. Check it out if you're interested! https://kodala.codes It's completely free to use, no ads, and you only need a google login to be able to sign up. It's still in the early stages but I'm hoping to get a few users to beta test the current features and get feedback to add some new features. Let me know what you think!
  3. Look I came across the wrong way, listen to a digital sources records. I shelled out a ton of money on Revolver. It's a digital remaster the record doesn't sound right you lose sound you're better off with mp3s. If it's analog it sounds better than both. I realize people have spent a ton of money I have spent a lot as well, but if you listen without thinking I'm wrong you'll see I'm right. That's all I've done the past year.
  4. Link: http://hpgd.bandcamp.com Horror Pain Gore Death Productions has posted their entire catalog to Bandcamp, including out of print releases and rarities. You can stream every release free of charge, and if you like what you hear you can purchase Digital Downloads which are $6.66 or less! HPGD finally joins labels like Relapse Records, Season Of Mist, Candlelight Records, Hellsheadbangers and Willowtip on the Bandcamp scene. Visit the official Horror Pain Gore Death Bandcamp now at http://hpgd.bandcamp.com HPGD Official Website: http://www.horrorpaingoredeath.com/ HPGD on BandCamp: http://hpgd.bandcamp.com/ HPGD on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/horrorpaingoredeath HPGD on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/hpgd666 HPGD on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/horrorpaingoredeath?feature=watch
  5. I've been trying to figure this question out. I simply don't understand the math/science/physics behind this. A 24/96 wav file is uncompressed, and thus preferred for pressing vinyl. A FLAC file can also be 24bit but isn't it compressed in some kind of way in order to reduce the file size, and doesn't that mean it's not actually lossless because it technically had to lose something in order to have a smaller file size? Please educate me.
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