> Good analogy but needs some qualification.
> A DVD is more like a 96kbps mp3.
> A D-Theater tape is more like a 320kbps mp3.
> With D-Theater it is *very* much more difficult to spot the
> MPEG errors due to its much higher bandwidth. You need much
> better equipment and knowledgable eyes to see the problems.
Again I think this is very subjective. For me it is more like:
DVB-T = 96kbps
DVD = 128kbps
High Bitrate MPEG-4 or H.264 = Almost as good as I can tell
But then that's just me...
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2005-10-01, 11:34 #1Neil DavidsonGuest
Re: FLAC vs. VBR MP3: shouldIhearadifference?