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Re: Beats audio.
This might make sense if it were not for the fact that compression does NOT compress out certain frequencies as opposed to others. You are confusing Dolby with compression. Further there is no standard compression algorithm used when creating mp3 files, there are many different compression profiles used, and many different compression software packages use by the labels.
Originally Posted by thewalmartguy
Most of the compression profiles actually emphasize bass for rock and heavy metal.
Further, this phone plays far more than mp3. Lossless AAC files, which should sound perfect with Beats turned off, also get boosted bass and treble and increased separation with beats turned on.
No, beats attempts to improve sound by compensate for the failings of earbuds, and cheap headsets. It knows nothing about the compression involved.
It does known about the TYPICAL capabilities of headsets and the limitations of bluetooth.
Kevin mentioned the capabilities of the DAC. It might well be that beats has internal configuration settings that let it attempt to compensate for limitations of the dac embedded in the phone.
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