192KBPS with EAC actually, and about five albums in lossless which I downloaded. Something here doesn't add up...
Lossless is at 400, I believe... so it depends on how long the songs are. If they're Dream Theater-length songs, then they're going to be a whopping size.
And since you feel apt to edit your post and insult me...
If you honestly can't tell the difference between your shitty WMP/Itunes/whatever rips and anything more substantial, then you must either have some pretty bad hi-fi equipment or be a little on the deaf side tbh.
Firstly, I'm an audio producer. I have extremely good equipment, because I produce about 3 or 4 local acts around Buffalo that have recently won battles on local radio stations. I have
to have good ears to pick out distortion, hum & buzz.. calling me deaf is an ignorant statement on your part to make you feel secure with yourself. Don't think you can just waltz in here and start insulting everyone on your first day. I've had tracks sent to me at 256, 196, 128.. You can tell a clear difference between 128 and 196, but anything ripped above 196 off a standard pressed audio CD is near impossible to tell.
Maybe you should try learning a thing or two about the music industry before you go around acting like you're so cool because you're wasting space with your 400 bitrate songs.
Yes. I'm basically the second hand man of the guy who runs the label I'm on. I think I'd know a thing or two about CD Pressing rates.