Quoting Ralf Mardorf :
> Peder I'm 46 years old and worked most of my live as audio engineer, so
In the test I saw the same guy played the same lick on both guitars
using the same pickup configuration. Of course you hear the difference
between a single coil and a humbucker, but in this case the test was
just to see if people could hear which was the expensive original and
which was the cheap copy.
Just as ABX:ing an mp3 file and the original isn't about hearing if
someone swapped the cowbell for a tambourine but to tell if the codec
is transparent enough that you can't hear the audible difference
between the two files.
And most people can't once you get over 96-160 kbps.
> What is the improvement of 192 KHZ for audio production? My card does
Your car can probably do 140 mph even though you never go that fast.
Being able to use the card in 192 kHz probably doesn't cost that much
extra for the manufacturer and I guess the marketing department really
loves being able to use it in the advertising.
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