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When I wonder something, whether it's the bitrate of a song or if there's a way to know such a thing from a given streamer, sometimes I ask folks who might know. That's just the way my mind works. It's like a minor mystery getting solved.
If you were simply meaning to insult me by implying my post is void of meaning, I apologize for the explanation.
I answered this once but see it is gone for some reason. maybe I didn't hold my mouth right. I don't really understand the question but I have been downloading since Napster and have an understanding of bitrate. I don't know a formula. And I haven't played Mp3s in years. But I believe 320mbps is 4-5 megs per minute, probably closer to 5. 256kbps in 3.5 megs Flac is 768 I believe. Its been a while and I don't remember the formulas. Hope this helps
No insult intended. I just couldn’t fathom a reason. Curiousity is fine. Making me ask what is Stereophonic?
The only displays I have show bit depth and rates only for Red Book & up or the DSD rate.
If that is what you are asking.
Being defensive and curious doesn’t illuminate your quest very much.
It’s on everyone else’s Google.
They stream classical music in 44.1/16 and 48/24 but they don’t tell you when they’re doing one or the other. But it is possible to tell. In fact, so far as I can tell it’s the only service that delivers exactly the SQ they promise. I haven't tested Qubuz, yet.
Don't be sorry, I've never been sorry in my life, BUT I have apologized a time or two.
As far as starting threads, just a little more information would work, shy of a short story will do just fine OP..
You want a display showing REAL TIME bit rates? That would be nice, see whos got the goods for sure, so to speak...