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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by brendel95, Oct 13, 2005.
Does 320Kbps sound quality better than 128kbps?
by the mere definition of the terms, yes. Whether you will notice the difference depends on you and how much you care, and what equpiment its being played on. Try both and see.
Also, depends on what format you use. 128 aac will sound better than MP3 at a somewhat higher setting for instance.
By the way. What are the definition of 320Kbps and 128Kbps?
this has to make it into the darwin awards it really does. i am in utter shock right now.
these refer to sampling rates. 128kbps (kilobytes per second) has less information in it than 320 kbps. The more information in the file, the more of the original sound is reproduced. So higher is always better sounding. But at some point you get diminishing returns.
I didn't know that and I didn't try it yet. That is why I asked
Here is a cup of water for you
Thanks for the explanation.
Yet you just had to get that wee dig in there ... oh yeah
The definition? Uh...one has a higher bit rate...what are you trying to learn here?
I asked because strider42 mentioned the definition and nothing more. Also I am trying to learn as many as possible.