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  • yourlord
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What lossy format should I convert my .FLAC into?
Reply #25
There seems to be a tendency that new car stereos have an AUX input nowadays. Great thing for plugging in your favorite music player for the purpose (which probably is your smartphone one of these days).


Mine does have an aux port, and I used it with my Samsung P3 for quite awhile. But, I got tired of wanting to listen to some tunes only to realize I left the player in the truck, or going somewhere in my wife's car and not having my player because, again, I left it in my truck.. The stereo has a usb port which I had been using to charge the player, and it at least supported mp3, so I decided to just buy a 16GB thumb drive, load it up, and use that in the truck.. It doesn't store as much as my 16GB Samsung P3 because the car stereo is limited to mp3 and the P3 is loaded with many more Vorbis files at much lower bitrates than I can tolerate with mp3.

  • halb27
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What lossy format should I convert my .FLAC into?
Reply #26
That's why having your music collection on your mobile phone is a convenient thing. You always have it with you.
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  • yourlord
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What lossy format should I convert my .FLAC into?
Reply #27
agreed, but my wife gets the fancy android phone.. I have a 2004 reject phone..

  • halb27
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What lossy format should I convert my .FLAC into?
Reply #28
Life is really getting harder these days for men.
lame3995n -Q0.5