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Sony really needs to stop dumping its oddball media formats and inferior codecs on the market and instead refocus its strategies on providing quality products that consumers actually want.[a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=239495"][{POST_SNAPBACK}][/a]


Luckily, that's what they are doing. All new Sony players will get native mp3 & AAC support (at last).

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Reply #26
Where did you get idea that new Sony players will support AAC?

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Where did you get idea that new Sony players will support AAC?
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[a href="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2005/02/15/sony_ericsson_walkman_phone/]Here[/url] maybe.

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Where did you get idea that new Sony players will support AAC?
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Since Sony is part of the MPEG group that develops it, it's not very surprising.

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Reply #29
SonyEricsson isn't Sony and Sony has only said that they will support mp3 in addition to atrac3.

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Sony has only said that they will support mp3 in addition to atrac3.
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the times are a changin' then...

The PSP plays AAC, mp3 & ATRAC, so if Sony is to offer alternative formats for its store, AAC seems to be the logical choice.

 
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