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#274131 - 2018-03-12 10:16 MQA Reflections
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Hi we don't see many "reviews" of MQA from the early adopters.

Now that we have a few more albums available and some new ones coming out as originally recorded with MQA what are your thoughts on MQA?

Nice to have, amazing, suits some music, no discernible difference to high res, depends on the listener etc?


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#274174 - 2018-03-12 18:58 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Fitcaz]
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(This is a repeat of what I've posted on the Roon forum):

Here are a few albums I’ve found MQA to make an unmistakable difference when compared to other formats I’ve got:

All of the Jackson Browne MQA albums
Benjamin Britten’s Divertimenti by the Trondheim Soloists
The Czech Album by the ATOS Trio (I only have this as MQA, but phenomenal sound)
Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots by the Flaming Lips
Kent Nagano’s rendition of Eine Alpensinfonie (stunning string and horn sound)

In each of the cases above, the MQA rendition brings me substantially closer to the music than the CD version.


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#274190 - 2018-03-14 00:58 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Fitcaz]
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One more observation. The MQA albums I've purchased at 24/44.1 only seem to provide marginal improvements. Probably too early to tell (certainly with my limited data points as of yet), but it seems like 24/>44.1 is needed to hear significant improvements.

An example of this is Matthew Good's Something Like a Storm. I have the CD and the MQA downloads, and the difference is subtle.


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#274195 - 2018-03-14 03:05 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Akimo]
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Hi Akimo,

Can you share the details of the Nagano recording ? Can’t find it on Tidal.

Thanks!


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#274196 - 2018-03-14 08:19 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: BengTi]
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#274198 - 2018-03-14 09:47 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Ludwig]
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Thanks Ludwig. Must buy for me I think.


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#274205 - 2018-03-14 13:29 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: BengTi]
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I'd also gotten it at HiGHRESAUDIO


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#274248 - 2018-03-15 16:48 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Fitcaz]
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MQA is an amazing experience. I dont listen to my CD or 24 bit releases anymore as soon as it is available in MQA. Biggest benefit, for the small money i hand over monthly to Tidal i enjoy the full experience. Notwhitstanding that the current number of MQA releases are not sufficient compared to the sheer amount avaialble on redbook, (nor do i understand some releases..).
MQA does not solve poor recordings nor loudness.

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#274271 - 2018-03-16 15:03 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: JaapJan]
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Originally Posted By JaapJan
MQA is an amazing experience.
MQA does not solve poor recordings nor loudness.
Also my experience but when MQA is realised to full potential it is wonderfully convenient and much appreciated here.
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#274272 - 2018-03-16 15:58 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Hector]
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The OP asks why we don't see more reviews etc. Not sure if that means just on HH or in the wider internet space.

I think it is largely due to the toxic vitriol that still surrounds the subject in various places on the web. The dialogue that tends to follow ranges from subtly snide to outright aggressive. Just look at the comments that follow any article on the topic.

The best thing I find to deal with this is to just sit back and listen to music.

I remain impressed with what I experience. New releases seem a bit slower of late but sooner or later the Sony catalogue will launch. Game over.


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#274273 - 2018-03-16 16:15 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: ncpl]
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Originally Posted By ncpl
The best thing I find to deal with this is to just sit back and listen to music.
Excellent advice.


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#274819 - 2018-04-05 19:35 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Ratbert]
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At least through my 7200SE's, the increase is quality is very significant and I'd rather listen to all music this way if I could. As mentioned above, if the original recording is rubbish, MQA won't automagically turn it into a gem, but if it's a good recording then it's simply stunning.

Bearing in mind the 7200SE's are a significant step up over the 7200's (even without MQA), the above is a stunning improvement on top of another stunning improvement.


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#274829 - 2018-04-06 04:05 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Akimo]
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I don’t understand. I thought one of the points of MQA is that the files are only slightly larger than CD...

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#274845 - 2018-04-06 13:09 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Rick415]
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Rick415,

MQA, like other formats, can be recorded, mastered, and distributed at a range of bandwidths/cut-off frequencies. One of the amazing things about MQA is that distributing at very high bandwidths costs very little in terms of file size.

That said, recording companies can choose to cut-off the bandwidth of an MQA file for a variety of reasons (one being the desire to not have easily duplicated, master quality files out in the public domain). From what I'm seeing, a lot of contemporary MQA albums are being released at 44.1khz or 48khz instead of the higher bandwidths that MQA facilitates so gracefully.


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#274846 - 2018-04-06 14:00 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Akimo]
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As I understand it, if you are recording digitally today, 48/24 is all you require to capture everything.
When you’re archiving off analog tape you may well require higher sampling rates.
The sampling rate should not be relevant to the end user as an MQA file should be analogous to the original performance. Music is analog.

Just a thought.


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#274847 - 2018-04-06 14:21 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: ChrisLayerUK]
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ChrisLayerUK,

I hate to mix listening experience with theory, because I feel there's a slippery slope into fooling myself that I'm hearing what (my layman's interpretation of) the theory tells me I should hear, but:

It's my understanding that the additional bandwidth is useful for timing precision (which is a frequency of the music independent characteristic). I believe you are correct in terms of 48khz being adequate in terms of frequency response, but not necessarily in terms of timing precision. I grew up thinking that they were the same, but via the MQA patent and other MQA descriptions, now believe/understand that they are not as closely related as I'd thought.

All that said, the MQA albums at 44.1khz, that I've purchased so far, haven't had that startling magic that other MQA albums I've bought have had. It could be me jumping to a conclusion from a small sample set, though.


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#274854 - 2018-04-06 16:19 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Akimo]
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Listening to Glen Hansard's Between two shores which is nicely recorded. Not a massive difference between redbook and MQA 44.1/24 altough i feel that MQA is more pleasant and natural, i enjoy this more relaxed listening. Any other observations on this example?

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#276010 - 2018-05-14 11:28 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: JaapJan]
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I've found even through non-SE speakers (albeit fed by an MQA capable endpoint) I'm consistently impressed with most MQA versions.

I've compared several recordings I believe, or know, to be from the same masters, and 9 times out of 10 I prefer the MQA version. Generally, I find them to be smoother (less 'grainy'), fuller through the midrange and more spatially accurate. Voices and instruments, and the musical whole, just seem more natural and to gel together better.

There has been the odd recording where perhaps the remaster was 'better' in that it obviously attempted to compensate for quite shortcomings in the original recording. This is an interesting case where perhaps original is not always better.

Generally speaking, though, I now opt for the MQA version, if available, and only search for another version if it's one of the rare ones which is obviously a rough original which MQA preserves all too accurately.

In my head, at its best, it combines the best parts of what digital and analogue offered into one package and just lets me enjoy the music more. I genuinely don't understand the level of absolute vitriol and outright hatred out there, which in many quarters almost amounts to a holy war. A great shame as I feel it's one of the best things which has happened to music for a long time.


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#276013 - 2018-05-14 12:03 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: 3dit0r]
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Indeed. The email "interview" that Jim Austin had with Bob Stuart, published in this month's Stereophile, is as revealing of Bob's mastery of the subject of audio reproduction as it is incomprehensible. This is no mere charlatan attempting to hoodwink the entire music industry.

IMO, MQA is the real deal and almost certainly the best audio encapsulation format out there. If the master stinks, you are going to hear it, but OTOH, what potential for great recordings and masterings!


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#276016 - 2018-05-14 12:30 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: VirusKiller]
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Ah yes, but lest we forget, the 'internet experts' know better than a man who's been at the top of his game for thirty-odd years and invented some of the standard codecs they all use every day cry

Agreed, the times when MQA reveals a less than perfect recording are far outweighed by the times it reveals a wonderful one in all its glory. Now if we could just find a way to destroy the heretics - pitchfork, anyone?


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#276017 - 2018-05-14 12:37 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: VirusKiller]
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One question I would love to know the answer to is where the bottle necks are in terms of getting more MQA content onto Tidal. It is now over a year since Sony announced their catalogue would be encoded, at the Munich show 2017, and I was hoping this year's show might have coincided with at least some news. The explosive growth of content suggested in January has yet to appear.

Sony continue to release HiRes versions of their back catalogue, weekly. So is the bottle neck capacity on Tidal? Can't believe it is contractual at this time, given the progress with Universal and Warner.

Any insights anyone?

Richard


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#276018 - 2018-05-14 12:49 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: RGraham]
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+1

My frustration with MQA is also that, although there is quite a bit now on Tidal, there seems to be very little of this available to actually buy and own. Any idea when we'll be getting more content we can purchase?


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#276023 - 2018-05-14 16:44 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: ncpl]
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My thoughts?
Unimpressed. Tidal have had months to sort out their metadata, yet here we are, only able to "easily" find 428 albums.
Doesn't matter if they have 3k of them if they're nearly impossible to find.

Quite how they think they'll compete with Quboz who are apparently hosting 70k 24 bit albums, I really don't know.


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#276024 - 2018-05-14 17:04 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Mr_Sukebe]
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Well, that’s more a criticism of Tidal, rather than MQA per se, but yes, they could make it easier.

The latest version of Roon has made great strides with Tidal/MQA, I’m really impressed. You now get the format, including MQA, clearly labelled so you can easily sort CD quality from MQA, etc., when viewing different versions of an album.

This quite apart from the new first unfold of MQA in Roon and ability to DSP afterwards and still render if the hardware is capable. Great stuff.


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#276028 - 2018-05-14 18:16 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: 3dit0r]
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Here is an interesting Podcast with Mike Jbara from MQA.

The Reload Podcast.

It’s about 30 mins.


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#276029 - 2018-05-14 18:56 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: ChrisLayerUK]
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Intriguing... the bigger streaming platforms will go beyond CD resolution (aggressively!) and MQA expects to play a part... (may have misquoted a bit).

To be continued...

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#276069 - 2018-05-16 11:27 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: ncpl]
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Not much to buy on Amazon UK on physical media perhaps 4 titles - this one confused me Fairytales (Original Master Edition MQA) [VINYL]


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#276080 - 2018-05-16 14:51 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Fitcaz]
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lol, yes that is somewhat confusing!

I found a few on Onkyo music, but really nothing in the grand scheme of things.


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#276091 - 2018-05-16 17:38 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: Fitcaz]
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Not so confusing if you have read the blog article about it. The MQA master where the tracks finally play at the speed they are supposed to with the nasty early digital filter artefacts cleaned up.

It would make perfect sense to cut it vinyl.(again)


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#276097 - 2018-05-16 21:20 Re: MQA Reflections [Re: ncpl]
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Just read the whole white glove story on Fairytales. Amazing dedication.

All those who write off MQA as just a money making scam would do well to read about the enormous effort and attention to detail which can only come from a passion for music, recording and reproduction.


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