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Best Audio Format?

Many test and polls have been done but whats your fav?  

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  1. 1. Many test and polls have been done but whats your fav?

    • The classic MP3
      9
    • Wma (microsft)
      7
    • Mp3Pro (RCA I think)
      2
    • AAC (Apple)
      3
    • Atrac (Sony)
      1
    • Ogg (Open Source I think)
      1
    • Or the Big One WAV
      5
    • FLAC
      2


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DRM (Digital Rights Mangement) alot of places use DRM in the wma format to prevent the user from burning them to disk, and also when the person has a right to burn it there is usually a limit to how many times you can do so. Other than DRM WMA format is awesome when relating to sound quality, but i'm going to have to stick with the classic .mp3.  :D

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a Audio CD that was recorded in 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound in wav format would fit nicely on a DVD+r or DVD-r for all you liberals about format,, and would have prestine audio,, of course you would need a converter/decoder to play it on something other than your computer

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People Pure WAV files,, I know they are huge but no sound quality lost at all,,, When you need all of your audio,, even the noise our ears can't hear, this is the way to go...

WAV is too big. That's what lossless is for (no lost at all) though it takes lot of resources to use. eg WMA, mp3 lossless... etc.

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