Thank you for the response.
I re-read my post and I guess I wasn’t as clear in my writing as I was in my head. My apologies.
What I was trying to say is that I would definately prefer to delete the lower quality ones, if I had to make a choice. But, my question was more in regards to your thoughts about the following…
Say you have a complete album with 10 tracks (1-10) all in 128. Then you have two favorite songs on that album (say tracks 1 and 2) that you have a duplicate copy in FLAC.
It is my understanding that if you run the duplicate program in Jaikoz, as it stands now, it would delete tracks 1 and 2 at 128 in this scenario, which makes sense for most users. But, for me, someone not woried about disdk space, I may be needlessly deleting tracks 1 and 2 at 128 or at least seperating those two tracks from the rest of the album. So, if I ever play the album in order from 1 to 10, then will be a noticeable difference in sound quality between tracks 1 and 2, compared to the tracks on the rest of the album.
The type of duplicate removal that I would prefer and hope for, and maybe I am the only one, would be to only delete the exact same song at the same bit rate, same file size, etc. that is only from the result of having moved the same files to different hard drives and duplicates being created.
So, in other words, is there a way keep a lossless copy and 128 version of the same song, and only delete a duplicate if it is an exact copy of either one of those lossless or 128 song?