Have you? I can't think of any purpose in asking other people about what is obviously a foregone conclusion, but in any case, it doesn't warrant placement in MP3 Tech.Having said that and moved this, carry on, I guess. Maybe I'm wrong!
I take it back (a bit ).I'm quite surprised that online radio would still be using such a low quality level; I know there are a few reasons to do so, but I would have imagined they were all in the past by now. Interesting to know, in any case!
Hmm...AM stations perhaps? I'm a bit surprised by this too...I didn't think anyone was below 96kbps anymore.
Yes, they'd be completely useless...but I'm curious if anyone else has tried this on some of their favorite songs just for the heck of it.
Quote from: BFG on 24 October, 2012, 01:54:06 PMHmm...AM stations perhaps? I'm a bit surprised by this too...I didn't think anyone was below 96kbps anymore. ..Consider also that full broadband for free on the other side is not always a given, therefore some radios offer more than one stream at different quality for the listener to choose.