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RE: Agree with this sentiment

" What does MQA do that studios who have been recording in high resolution for decades doesn't?"

It seems from this question that you don't actually understand what MQA is. The answer is nothing regarding recording, in respect of which they offer no claims as it is not a recording medium. They do, however, offer a novel implementation of the distribution of high resolution PCM files.

BTW you don't actually need MQA enabled hardware to appreciate some of the benefits of MQA (in fact the greater part). If anyone wants to go further for " full effect" then that is up to them. Nothing becomes redundant. Keep your DAC and still have fun with MQA with streamed files up to 24/96 resolution ( assuming that your DAC accepts this data rate - I would be surprised if it doesn't).

Edits: 02/15/17

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