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  1. The first 2 Uriah Heep albums issued by HDtracks have DR - 4. Most tracks DR is 3 - 4. I'm not UH fan so I won't despair. Out of curiousity - do you know any albums with DR lower than that.? And on the other hand what are the highest DR albums you know.?
  2. The problem: I have a computer (mac mini) collection of music (iTunes). And the quality of audio or CD, or Hi-Res (24bit and 96,176,192 kHz). Previously, syncing to your iPhone, exhibited in iTunes option: compress up to 256 kb/s AAC and successfully sync songs, regardless of the quality of the audio. After the change of the iPhone 4 on the 5th with 64GB memory (especially taking the maximum memory) decided to sync music without compression. With songs CD format questions from iTunes did not have - they fly flew to the smartphone. But the timing of music Hi-Res an error (type not supported audio format). Well, I did and was not going to drive to iPhone music in Hi-Res resolution. I thought it recoded in 16/44 machine gun ... But bummer. My question is: Is there a program or what other manufacturers, which hooks when synchronizing music with such files and converts them to the quality of CD? As an analogue of the joint participation, give an example of interaction iTunes and Audirvana which intercepts iTunes played out of his (iTunes'a) collection songs and puts them through it, according to his (Audirvana's setting) conversion and output. P.S. Sorry for my bad english... :-)