burkey CyberGene with 192kbps
That's still not high quality audio by any stretch of the imagination 🙂
Have you tested yourself with ABX testing about bitrates? Because I did some tests in the past with my Sennheiser HD-650 which are pretty good headphones connected to an external DAC (Apogee Groove) and compared 128kbps, 160kbps, 192kbps MP3 to WAV files. I managed to guess with a relatively high confidence only 128kbps MP3. Going to 160kbps the results were 50:50 which is the same if you're just answering randomly and with 192 it was already indiscernible from the WAV file and that was with specially selected music with drums, etc. which are usually very revealing due to fast transients and other artifacts. With a piano it would already be indiscernible even at 160kbps. Once again, MP3! Then we're talking about AAC which is universally accepted as a much better audio compression and a 128kbps AAC is already better than a 192kbps MP3 file.
I'm still not sure why you are focusing so much on the YouTube compression. As I said, I don't like how Fazioli fares against the two Steinway D pianos, the Yamaha CFX and the Kawai SK-EX in the same competition through the same audio compression. I'm not arguing whether in real life, being there, listening with my own ears the actual sound, or playing the pianos myself may yield very different preferences. But judging only from these YouTube videos, the pianos are being recorded and replayed through equally and my preference is very clear.
Try yourself with the tests:
And here's one that tests specifically the 128kbps AAC (what Spotify uses in their standard tier):