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Seems an odd comparison...

MQA vs Hi Rez comparisons seems like the wrong comparison to make.

How could an MQA version (admittedly lossey) of a Hi Rez file be expected to sound 'better' than the original without some added (unwanted) digital manipulation or other DSP?

MQA encoding of a Hi Rez file vs Redbook (16/44.1) version of that same recording would be a much better comparison because it seems like a real-world choice.

Maybe worth the effort to decode the MQA file if it indeed sounds better.

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