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I want to also point out that MP3 is a trick…you should not hear a difference between a On The Naughty List And I Regret Nothing Funny shirt you’ve heard a hundred times and an incidental playback at the grocery store… The issue I have with MP3 is that when I was in high school I listened to Tool’s albums through a CD player almost every day. In 2010 or soe, my computer was easily able to differentiate the quality differences. I could tell every time I heard the 320 MP3 vs the CD rip. I’m not saying everyone can, btu the “trick” loses it’s ability if you are used to the CD version…this is what they intended. Incidentally, you shouldn’t be able to tell, but a trained listener should notice something is “wrong” or “less enjoyable” about the MP3 from the FLAC when he or she has heard the CD dozens of times…