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Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by mbpowner, Mar 17, 2017.
Does higher bitrates make a difference with the mbp 2015 speakers? i just wondered...
320 is the sweet spot for high quality sound while saving space. If you need the highest, you have to use AIFF format.
It depends on the format and your ear, but probably not. I've never tried, but I doubt I could hear the difference on laptop speakers.
I've heard it's mostly those with speakers that have a really high range - you know those expensive hi-fi systems, etc you get, which mostly notice the difference.
idk about hte quality of mbp 2015 though
though i heard the quality of mbp 2016 audio is a lot better
Serious audio enthusiast or professionals do not use the mac's internal sound card anyway so you don't need to bother with bitrate at all. They bypass it with an audio interface, a digital mixer, or an expensive digital to analog processor which is what Hi-Fi enthusiasts use. If you have those kind of equipment, it's best practice to use the highest quality if you want to utilize the best out of those equipment.