Hey all, I'm here seeking the help of individuals who consider themselves to be audiophiles, or even those who just enjoy Hi-Fi sound. Really, the only stipulation is that you own audio consumption gear other than the generic Apple-supplied headphones. I've poured a lot of resources into setting up a powerful and highly-capable Vinyl-ripping-rig; almost as much as I've poured into my vinyl collection. I'm really proud of my burgeoning vinyl iTunes library. It sounds great. Or, at least I think it does. This is why I'm posting - I would like to throw a few samples your way, to test their fidelity with your ears, on your gear - be it a pair of IEMs (In-Ear-Monitors), a HTS (Home Theater System) or anything in-between. I take sound quality seriously, and I wish more individuals were aware of what they miss when choosing a 256 kbps file (16/44.1) over a proper and authentic high-resolution rip (24/96) from a reliable source. Time by Pink Floyd -Adjust volume to account for the lack of "loudness" you may be accustomed to due to the shameless butchering technique used by most masters, today.