LG's upcoming V20 will be first smartphone to feature 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC

11 August, 2016
The V10 featured a 32-bit Hi-Fi DAC.

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  • Anonymous

AnonD-90109, 11 Aug 2016How can you keep coming back into this conversation without... morei already give him (and all of you here) scientific fact with valid link. please see my comment before. and open the link for more information.

because i ever studied this "bit rates and sample rates" thing back when i was in college long time ago.

  • AnonD-322352

Anonymous, 11 Aug 2016Actually it depends on how the "analog" signal is converted... moreYour link proves my point. Anything above 16bit/48KHz doesn't have any benefits in any format.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Still in denial? I'm not surprised at all. Oh and I'm not h... moreThere is no denial here, the denial is on your end, LMAO.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Still in denial? I'm not surprised at all. Oh and I'm not h... moreHow can you keep coming back into this conversation without any real proof, only what you read on some website, LMAO, are you upset because you are proven wrong, as I have asked you previously, from your personal experience please let us know how it's all hog wash, of course you can't , for someone who never experienced it, how can you keep coming back here bashing people who have experienced it. It seems to me your overinflated ego has sprung a leak.

  • AnonD-322352

AnonD-90109, 11 Aug 2016seriously, lmao.Still in denial? I'm not surprised at all. Oh and I'm not having this argument with you anymore. This has been fun and thank you for the entertainment.

  • Anonymous

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Wow now I truly feel sorry for you. You really think that t... moreActually it depends on how the "analog" signal is converted to digital.
yes. there is a difference between those sample rates and those bit rates.
do you ever study DAC and ADC conversions? To understand that, you should take a Digital Signal Processing class in your college.

See here if you want to study the summary:
http://www.richardfarrar.com/what-are-bit-rates/
and here
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sampling_(signal_processing)

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016https://xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html Give thi... moreseriously, lmao.

  • AnonD-322352

AnonD-90109, 11 Aug 2016So what equipment do you own that proves my ears wrong, or ... morehttps://xiph.org/~xiphmont/demo/neil-young.html

Give this a read. Proceed with caution, it will probably be changing your life forever.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Wow now I truly feel sorry for you. You really think that t... moreSo what equipment do you own that proves my ears wrong, or is it from information you received from some website that specializes in gardening.

  • AnonD-322352

AnonD-90109, 11 Aug 2016No denial here my friend, own a Sony NW-ZX2 DAP, and I can ... moreWow now I truly feel sorry for you. You really think that those 1k+ equipment sound different don't you? L. O. L. Instead of checking the facts, you just provide your sources from your anecdotal experience. Anything you think you hear is not a result of the bit depth. It is a scientific fact that humans are not capable of noticing the difference.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Just because you visit Head-Fi thousands times a day, it do... moreIt has NOTHING to do with me visiting any hi-fi website, LMAO.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Quality headphones definitely make a difference in the soun... moreMy ears say otherwise. You need some of that wax cleaned out of yours.

  • AnonD-322352

AnonD-90109, 11 Aug 2016The people who keep saying you can't hear the difference is... moreJust because you visit Head-Fi thousands times a day, it doesn't make you a true audiophile. In fact, it should be noted the site is known to be a gathering place for not audiophiles but audiophools.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016I know very well what I'm talking about. And you're just be... moreNo denial here my friend, own a Sony NW-ZX2 DAP, and I can hear the difference while it is connected to my home theater sound system which consists of Integra Receiver connected to a 200Watts per channel amp which feeds my Klipsch RF 83 speakers, and the same while it is connected to my IEM'S which are JH16 PRO http://www.jhaudio.com

  • AnonD-322352

AnonD-422027, 11 Aug 2016depends on the headphones you use with itQuality headphones definitely make a difference in the sound quality, no argument there. That's completely analog though. In the digital realm the higher bit depth has no benefit.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-422027, 11 Aug 2016depends on the headphones you use with itThe people who keep saying you can't hear the difference is people who never invested in hi-fi gear, they think their crap mp3's on their pair of cheap ear buds, or music they hear over the radio is quality music, LMAO.

  • AnonD-322352

AnonD-90109, 11 Aug 2016As I said, you don't know what you are talking about, and y... moreI know very well what I'm talking about. And you're just being in denial right now. The difference you're hearing, or lack thereof, is the placebo effect at play. Humans cannot hear sounds above or below certain frequencies, which makes 24 or 32 bit unnecessary for listening. This also applies for sample rates of 88.2, 96, etc.

  • AnonD-422027

depends on the headphones you use with it

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-322352, 11 Aug 2016Lol, stop. 32-bit DAC for audio is just ludicrous. No matte... moreAs I said, you don't know what you are talking about, and yes you can hear the difference, it's not placebo. I can hear the difference between 96kHz at 3345kbps VBR Bit Rate and 192Khz 5098kbps VBR Bit Rate FLAC codec recorded music.

  • AnonD-90109

AnonD-246723, 11 Aug 2016er 24 bit already cant hear the difference .You need to listen to QUALITY recorded music with a pair of QUALITY IEM's, not Bose or Beats Audio crap headphones. http://www.head-fi.org http://www.hdtracks.com