317 kbps radio files - really?

TQ tony at tqvideo.co.uk
Sun Jun 15 03:07:09 PDT 2014

> On 15 June 2014 at 10:57 Owen Smith <owen.smith at cantab.net> wrote:
> My thoughts exactly.
> And even when the file is 320kbps AAC I can't personally see why
> anyone would transcode it to 128kbps MP3. Storage sizes today make
> this kind of file size reduction meaningless for audio.

I have a very, very old 4GB iPod mini plugged into the top of my alarm
clock (the battery on the iPod died years ago), which doesn't play nice
with AAC files, I always have to transcode Late Junction (4 weeks at a
time) in order to get it to get reliable playback.

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