In Reply to: RE: What is MQA ? posted by Roseval on January 8, 2017 at 10:28:47:
Yes it is lossy. However the important point is whether or not the loss is significant to a listener. After all, all known music recording systems are lossy in one way or another.
Highres MP3? Although there is some perceptual coding involved this is not the basis of the invention which depends upon the fact that for audio there is, in effect, no significant audio data (if any at all) related to the final few bits of a 24 bit word which are therefore available for other uses. At least that's how I understand it.
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Topic - What is MQA ? - akltam 05:19:49 01/06/17 (8)
- RE: What is MQA ? - PAR 07:22:07 01/06/17 (7)
- RE: What is MQA ? - Roseval 10:28:47 01/08/17 (5)
- RE: What is MQA ? - PAR 15:39:47 01/08/17 (3)
- And you would understand correctly... - Ivan303 16:28:33 01/08/17 (2)
- So, to your mind, what would you rather listen to? - Ivan303 15:05:01 01/08/17 (0)
- RE: What is MQA ? - ahendler 12:49:05 01/06/17 (0)