I replaced my 2TB music drive with a 4TB drive and I can already hear the difference in audio quality.

(an audiophile. probably.)

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@craigmaloney Oh yeah, doubling the capacity naturally doubles the bitrate :flan_XD:

@craigmaloney is it because it's spinning faster? Or did you switch from spinning rust to flash?

@florian @craigmaloney no, it's because the extra free space on the drive gives the bits more breathing room, so they can resonate naturally.

@craigmaloney Double the capacity in the same space... so the bits must be more bitty. Unless the music is acid rock, in which case the bits are just bitter.

@craigmaloney there's just so much more expansion in the sound quality

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