On another thread (about VBR and CBR) I read from A R Long:
" I don't use FLAC for ripping cds as it can be quite limiting. . . Classical music ripped from cds deserves the WAV 2770kbps 96khz 'rip' to bring out the full flavour and nuances. If you like Herbert Von Karajans 1966 version of Debussys 'La Mer' on D.G, rip the cd twice - once in FLAC then once in WAV lossless - and enjoy listening to it twice and I'll wager you'll never go back to FLAC. "
Is it true that FLAC doesn't sound as good as WAV? If I download a FLAC file from DG's Website, will it not sound the same as the CD?
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