I'm a lover of quality music just as much as the next guy, but I must say that this encoding might be a *little* over the top:
"HD MQS (Master Quality Sound) files are 24 bit / 176 KHz"
Now, for those of you that are unfamiliar with the Nyquist frequency, it basically states that the highest frequency preserved will be exactly one half of the sample rate. The human hearing range is 20 - 20kHz, and this is (partly) why CD's are sampled at 44100 samples/sec... the highest preserved frequency will be 22,050Hz, just past the limit of human hearing.
These recordings will preserve frequencies up to 88,000Hz... just around the upper range of a bat's hearing capability.
Is there something I'm missing?