Originally posted by Halcyon
of course you know that bit-perfect output isn't the same as difference not being audible.
I know that difference not being audible doesn't mean bit perfect (there can be inaudible errors).
I don't know if bit perfect means difference not being audible on >150$ soundcards or >250$ CD Players. I think so, and tend to push people for ABX results. Just one ABX result showing an audible difference would be extremely valuable, but so far... none.
I don't say my results proves that bit perfect means audibly perfect, they don't. They are just an example of result, that I think to be rather common, although objective data about this subject is very rare : no ABX tests (even from Bob Katz, http://www.digido.com),
no bit for bit comparisons (oh, yes, Bob Katz did