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Thanks for your clear explanation. I understand that the folding of high bit-rate files into lower bit-rate files is but one aspect of MQA- and it is not the one that interests me that much, because, at best, you preserve the quality of the high bit rate.

There is also, as I understand, a claim of improving the quality through the use of processing the audio file to correct for time domain problems in the original recording. This seems as though it could be useful without any sort of new DAC purchase. Do you have any information or thoughts about that aspect of MQA? Thank you.

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