No offense, but your settings are lousy
No offence, why should i be offended ?, it’s not my problem if you believe in what you say … and while i’m here would you be so kind to tell me and others, by what standards you state what you say ?,
but you are wrong on so many counts.
ok, convince me !
You’re wrong, and you’re advocating something bad and really quite silly.
is that your personal believing ? again convince me, with facts !
Nothing is added nor removed from the sound when decoded to WAV.
I invite you to read my post again, even twice if it can help you understand what i wrote!
There’s only one configuration on CD: Stereo. There’s no Joint Stereo or Mono. When mono recordings are reproduced on CD, it still has to be done in Stereo. Both channels will contain exactly the same signal.
this reply demonstrates that you are missing some important notes, and that you haven’t read my posts thoroughly !
can i ask you what does Joint Stereo have to do with CD’s ?
There are three Audio attributes in Professional recording:
01 - MONO
02 - STEREO
02 - DUAL MONO
i suppose nobody told you ?
Because the entire point of MP3 is that it changes / throws away information to give you something in the end that sounds the same but is much smaller.
thank you for enlighting me about mp3 tecnology, i really needed it !
If that’s your philosophy, then you should not be using MP3. You should be using a lossless format such as FLAC
Is this thread about a lossless format such as FLAC ?
Do you alway’s get to people this way ?