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Old 6th November 2010, 18:17   #67
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Yea I agree with the compression thing. AAC+ 64/44 Stereo sounds as good if not better than 128K Mp3. In fact I use to use 64/44 Stereo for my iTunes listeners. Then when I wanted to have my station listed on sites like Radiotime I had to go back to 128K Mp3. Now that I'm with Loudcaster as well I use 24/44 AAC+ Stereo for my iTunes listeners which still sounds better than 96/44 Mp3. And with the AAC+ audio being supported in iTunes 10.1 dial up listeners can finally listen to the station as well as mobile listeners and still have great sound.

I'm sure glad Winamp and AOL pushed AAC+ because its becomming the new broadcasting standard.

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