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Old 30th October 2011, 06:20 AM   #1
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Default 320VBR vs CDs

I took my tube amp to a high end audio shop for review recently.

Not only did he demo with an iPOD Nano in disk mode, he told me that 320VBR MP3s were the new standard when auditioning audio equipment and that soon this would be the benchmark for determining audio quality. Of course he was playing Diana Krall. Nothing at all against Diana Krall, she's brilliant, but I didn't quite know what to say.
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