I don't know who is stupid enough to post this,
Anthonio thinks that 24-bit/192kHz must sound better than a 16-bit/44.1 kHz CD rip, right?????
The term tends to refer to audio that has a higher sampling frequency and bit depth than CD - 16-bit/44.1kHz. still thinking why you cant have your 24 bit, because standard resolution files are at 16-bit/44.1kHz. This is the level of CD and it is more than capable of providing the best required sound quality in stereo for humans. Anything higher than this in terms of bits or kHz is considered a high-resolution recording. high-resolution audio files usually use a sampling frequency or 96kHz or 192kHz at 24-bit, but you can also have 88.2kHz and 176.4kHz files too. I understand why @webee asking the .flac that Anthonio use to test. The way digital works means that there are an awful lot of unwanted signals generated above that upper frequency limit. These have to be filtered aggressively; otherwise they’ll result in more distortion in the audible range. that is also why the phone use DACs and AMPs,
And also It's not about the 32-bit files, but more about a better amp and DAC. higher quality DACs and AMPs rather than just a higher sampling rate and bit depth. Music become much cleaner compared to other phone who doesn't have dedicated DACs and Amps. A high quality DAC inside a phone is the best thing since phone became smart. So, it's just a very high quality DAC/Amp combo to have in a phone, and it makes a noticeable difference, even on lowly MP3 files.
The fact that you're focusing on bit depth and samplerate shows that you really have no idea what you're talking about.