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Lossless Audio

Post by ZeD-Dark on Mon Jul 08, 2013 5:56 am

So here we will discuss about Lossless audio. If you don't know what it is then Lossless audio (.flac, .shn, etc) allows the exact original audio to be reconstructed from the compressed audio. This can be contrasted to lossy audio (.mp3, .aac), which does not allow the exact original audio to be reconstructed from the compressed. What does this really mean? If you encode a CD/audio file to mp3, you lose quality. If you encode a CD/audio file to .flac or .shn, you do not.It means that it allows you to to listen music,the same way it was recorded in the studio.Unlike mp3,m4a or other formats with bitrates upto 512kbps lossless audio formats have bitrates exceeding 1000kbps.
Well you won't understand it like this so you will have to listen it to belive it Smile

Anyway post what you think..............
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