[2020.09.02] Re:Zero kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu 2nd Season ED Single - nonoc - Memento [WEB][FLAC][ZMCZ-14012]

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this is what i'm waiting for, thank you
Hi res would be nice .. 1000 kb/s flac sounds terrible on my headphones.
You can buy the hi-res for your placebo headphones.
Lmao, imagine thinking you can hear above 20-22khz. Anyway, thanks a lot. It's a shame that there isn't really a lossless streaming service that has most of the anime songs, such as the ones from re:zero, 3-gatsu no lion, Gulity crown and so on. Spotify is just meh, since they don't even use .mp3 but rather .ogg/aac which is absolute shit for music.
>Lmao, imagine thinking you can hear above 20-22khz. Anyway, thanks a lot. Uh huh... >Spotify is just meh, since they don’t even use .mp3 but rather .ogg/aac which is absolute shit for music. Now it makes sense you don't know what you're talking about. Imagine a world where everybody are of the same hearing frequency let alone buying a great pair of headphones that some folks believe are placebo. In case you don't know ogg has been superior to mp3 for a long time it just was not accepted as mainstream as mp3 was. Further, about aac... >Although there are more efficient audio codecs with advanced features available today, mp3 is still very popular amongst consumers. However, most state-of-the-art media services such as streaming or TV and radio broadcasting use modern ISO-MPEG codecs such as the AAC family or in the future MPEG-H. Those can deliver more features and a higher audio quality at much lower bitrates compared to mp3. -The MP3 owners Fraunhofer Institute https://www.iis.fraunhofer.de/en/ff/amm/consumer-electronics/mp3.html
I see. Guess I still have a lot more to read about codecs and audio stuff. Thanks for the clarification and sorry for my stupidity, I really thought that the higher bitrate actually meant higher quality sound, hence thinking that ogg is better than mp3. Anyway, thanks for your time in explaining why I am wrong rather than just calling me a fool.
You are not wrong with your assessment that more bitrate the "higher quality sound" as with good headphones or audio equipment some folks might be able to tell the difference between the ranges of 96 kbps, 128 kbps, and so on with distortions and stuff compared to the original source. But when it comes to certain threshold in regards to lossy audio such as in 320 kbps (or higher kbps in AAC and Opus) the majority may not be able to tell the difference and might be satisfied with the result. Which is why I kinda cringe when I see some anime's with low bitrate I think to myself at least go with 190 kbps... Than there's nonsensical argument's between lossy's highest capable bitrate output (like qAAC's cVBR 512 kbps) vs FLAC and stuff. From what I hear MP3's maybe good for devices as they say as it doesn't consume much battery life compared to AAC. Not sure on Opus and my hunch is OGG may consume lesser than mp3. If you use headphones I would highly recommend obtaining one, an Sennheiser HD series or Audio-Technica brand. I bought mine 4 years ago and they're still working (wearing them now). Worth every dollar.
I had some headphones from Audio-Technica and Sennheizer and decide to remain with HD 600 until I find something that sounds better combined with an iFi DSD BL or until I get a big Dac and Amp separated combo. Btw, the 20-22khz was the maximum human hearing range possible, not the bitrate measured in kbps. I always see headphones that has something like up to 40-50'000hz which is just marketing since the hearing itself is limited to 22'000 and most of the instruments/vocals are up to maximum ~15'000 Hz most of the time. Sub-bass, on the other hand, is another story, since it can be felt rather than heard. Anyway, rather than the format of the music, the mastering of the audio is much more important. For example, take Transparent Shelter from Rozen maiden ED from 2004 and compare starting from 1:08-1:20, and you will notice a high pitch noise, a scratchy-like sound that is not present in the album version from 2005.
@Grimrypper We don't get notifications here so sorry for the late response. This is actually from a lossless streaming service with basically all anime songs. Tho its not really possible for us gaijins to make an account.(I don't even have my own)
I'm very grateful for your uploads. For real. Since only the most popular songs are on the mainstream streaming services, it is really hard to find some lesser known ones, especially in flac format. Thank god that https://vgmdb.net/ exist, and people like you take their time to upload them. So there is a loss streaming service with anime songs huh. Really hope that they would make it outside of Japan. I've seen that Apple music has some, but to access much more you need to make an japanese account I think because of copyright issues or something, and sadly doesn't accept my card(weird af that it doesn't have paypal as an option) and also the sound quality isn't the brightest, at least when comparing Tidal with spotify, I need to concentrate a little to notice the difference, but with Apple, well... only the songs specificaly made for iTunes sound very good.