Originally Posted by ArmanUV
one problem though: according to the video, the songs released in this day and age are already reduced in quality becuase of the artificial volume increase. The quality is therefore already lost regardless of the playing device.
I don't think the video has a lot to do with the high performance audio of the TI chip .
Well what the poster is implying is that low quality audio is boosting the audio aka compressing the dynamic range so that everything is louder.
This is often done on DSPs for MP3s due to compression.
I think the poster is saying that turning high quality audio on turns off this compression.
Also there are still CDs and bands out there that don't compress the **** out of the music.
Like if you are listening to classical music the dynamic range will not be compressed.
If you listen to POP you are ****ed. If you listen to art music (even some rock) you should be solid.
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