How Hi-Fi Magazines Write about Cables, Part 6: MP3 Files

In this episode, we discover that What Hi-Fi? actually likes MP3 files. In an article about the new Sony Music Unlimited, they use adjectives generally only applied to expensive cables.

And then comes the major problem with the quality on offer. On the one hand, its 320kbps high-quality streams are among our favourite sounding on test, with impressive detail levels, precise note formation and a warm and exciting character.

Reading the above, it sounds like Sony’s MP3s are somehow better than others. “Precise note formation…?” Give me a break.