Is High-Resolution Audio Worth the Extra Cost? (.PDF Download)

Over the years, we’ve seen tremendous improvements to the process of capturing sound in digital form and then playing it back for human ears. However, lossy compression, which cuts file sizes and ultimately makes music portable, means the lower quality of MP3 audio has become accepted as the norm by the millions who grew up listening to it.

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