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Old 2010-08-23, 05:58 AM
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Here are some Spec's that will stump you !!!!!

Hi there people. I've been going over some of my old downloads and came across these (and some more, but that's for later).

Any ideas ???
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Re: Here are some Spec's that will stump you !!!!!

And two more.
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Re: Here are some Spec's that will stump you !!!!!

I say 1, 3, 4, 5 are lossy. 2 looks like it was processed in a way if you turn the image upside down it is close to as right side up. Not to knowledgeable about this. Looks lossless to me though.
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Re: Here are some Spec's that will stump you !!!!!

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And two more.

both lossy

looks like 128k or worse mp3

that line just under 16kHz is the flyback from a CRT that is too close to the transfer cable
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Hi there people. I've been going over some of my old downloads and came across these (and some more, but that's for later).

Any ideas ???
all lossy


first two same audio? looks like someone decided to notch filter it before compressing to mp3
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