• unless youve got a player and earbud/headphones of good quality, you wont notice a difference between the two. i personally feel vbr mp3 is better, and if i can rip my files to lossless then sometimes i do that
  • AAC stands for Advanced Audio Coding. It��s a lossy compression and encoding scheme for digital audio. AAC is widely used as the default audio format of Apple's iPhone, iPod and iTunes. Most of the music in iTunes Store is in AAC format. Sony��s Play Station also adopts AAC as its audio and MPEG-4 video standard format. iTunes AAC songs can be converted to mp3, wma, wav, ogg, and many more formats. Without DRM protection, the converted file can be played in any media player and portable devices. MP3 has played a major role in the digital music trends. Mp3 is now undoubtedly the most universal and popular audio format in the world. It��s by design that AAC has better performance than MP3. AAC renders better sound quality than MP3 at the same bitrate, especially at low bitrates. AAC at 96 kbit/s can render nearly the same or better perceptional quality as 128 kbit/s MP3. Even though AAC has advantages over MP3 in many aspects, MP3 is not outdated at all. To the contrary, MP3 has proven surprisingly robust. MP3 is still much more popular than AAC.
  • Both are lossy audio codec that has similar audio quality.

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