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  • #51
    Originally posted by microcode View Post
    I'm fired up to do this because on the way home I was just trying to listen to some music, and in some types of transit vehicle (and, for whatever reason, not others) it would just completely drop out every 20-30 seconds, no doubt because it was trying to push almost 400kbps of craptastic SBC on a very unreliable connection.
    Mumble is a perfect example of how great Opus is for real time transmission. I encode some music at 96-128 Kbps vbr too and it's fantastic.

    I'd like to see mp3fs support Opus too, for real time encode on demand.

    It really is a lovely codec.

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    • #52
      Originally posted by carewolf View Post
      Are you dumb or something?
      if you can't understand something, chances are it's you who are dumb
      Originally posted by carewolf View Post
      The hardware in smaller lower power hardware, has less power
      it has enough power to generate waves of air pressure (sound), surely it can cope with bit juggling
      Originally posted by carewolf View Post
      And I was not talking about Apple, I was talking about Bluethooth, and before Apple decided to add AAC to Bluethooth there
      as no AAC in protocol, and it wasn't there for a reason as there was no low-power chips that could decode it.
      well you were lost in discussion. everyone else was discussing apple decision to support aac in bluetooth, apparently because their low-power chips had no issues with handling it
      Originally posted by carewolf View Post
      A big part of the air pods was that Apple bought a company that had invented a low-power chip that could decode AAC, which made this particular setup possible.
      so you understand that low-power chips can easily decode aac in hardware, but you still feel the need to assert contradicting claims?

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      • #53
        Originally posted by caligula View Post
        Well most PC users I know always turn on the bass & treble boost as much as possible
        they probably have shitty speakers

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        • #54
          Originally posted by pal666 View Post
          they probably have shitty speakers
          I'd have to agree with this to a point, Never once needed to turned bass/treble up. Half decent headphones negate this too.
          For music mine goes through a denon avr then to the speakers.

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          • #55
            Originally posted by pete910 View Post

            I'd have to agree with this to a point, Never once needed to turned bass/treble up. Half decent headphones negate this too.
            For music mine goes through a denon avr then to the speakers.
            Yeah. I normally find headphones too much hassle but I've got some decent Harman-Kardon speakers pulled from an old Win98-era Dell and they sound best with the Bass and Treble knobs centred. (More or less. I've had to turn the Bass down for some tracks which are catchy but mixed by idiots.)

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