Nero Digital Audio+ Codec Wins Blind Listening Test
Karlsbad, Germany - Jan 10, 2007 – In a blind listening test at 48kb/s, the Nero Digital Audio codec beat Windows Media Audio Pro 10. The test, coordinated by Sebastian Mares and presented on a Hydrogenaudio online forum, consisted of 20 audio samples featuring a variety of voice types, tempos, instruments and music genres. More than 200 results were submitted, coming from audiophile volunteers that took part in the test that compared Nero Digital Audio+, WMA Pro 10, Ogg Vorbis and WMA Standard 9.2.
Nero Digital Audio+ Encoding and Decoding tools are available for download at www.nerodigital.com.
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