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Old 2003-12-28, 20:15   Link #21
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Wooo, I'm happy...I encoded all my CDs in Ogg Vorbis now and they sound peeeerrrfect ==^^==

I'm also surprised that this was picked up and put in a new section ^^ Yay!
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Old 2003-12-28, 20:57   Link #22
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Just remember, don't transcode from MP3 to Vorbis... that will be less than desirable quality. Rip it yourself
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Old 2003-12-29, 08:30   Link #23
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Yeah, I made that mistake a few times and couldn't figure ioutr why it sounded tinnier than a small schoolboy with a tin drum and tin drumsticks XD.
You gotta have the original file for it to sound anything like CD quality...you can't like take a 128kbps encoded compressed audio file and then try and rip it to a full working and CD quality WAV...it just won't work XD
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Old 2003-12-30, 02:03   Link #24
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lame w/ --vbr-new works great for me, and i prefer MP3 as my car dosn't read vorbis

OT:
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MP3 has been around here for too long.
if MP3 has stuck around too long, then how 'bout that 3.5" floppy?

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Old 2003-12-30, 02:22   Link #25
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Also almost all new made CD/portable mp3 players support ogg.

You're joking, right?

(Insert OGG technical BS here)

I won't even bother with this.
Hmm..ok not all new, but for example iRiver SlimX iMP-550 CD/MP3 supports ogg after a firmware update. Those that cost $$$ usually support firmware updates and if codec changes you can update firmware!

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According to iRiver's website, the iMP-550 should have full Ogg support by the end of 2003. For those not familiar with Ogg, it's the best audio format around, free of DRM annoyances and patents. Unlike most similar players, the 550 can play both Ogg and MP3 formats, instead of having to choose which firmware to install.
So in future I suggest doing some research before posting comments
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Old 2003-12-30, 10:44   Link #26
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OT: if MP3 has stuck around too long, then how 'bout that 3.5" floppy?
OT: Does anyone still use floppies? I just use the Internet
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Old 2003-12-30, 12:00   Link #27
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OT: Does anyone still use floppies? I just use the Internet

Last time I used floppy was maybe month ago when my server failed on me and I had to resque still what I could I see nothing wrong with floppy. I still have comp that doesn't know how to boot off CD (yes it's that old).
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Old 2003-12-31, 13:58   Link #28
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Sorry, I'm all about MP3 until Apple supports OGG on the best portable music player in existence, the iPod. LAME VBR sounds great, and I don't mind the added file size. Plus MP3s seem to have more detailed and extended tagging abilities. I can listen to OGG in iTunes, but I like to be able to carry my music with me.

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