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AAC or MP3, which is better above 175k in most samples?
post Jan 26 2011, 16:54
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lots of device support aac
if aac's quality better than mp3 , I will change format

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post Jan 27 2011, 23:46
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Although mp3 is still considered to be the "universal" audio format, AAC support has grown exponentially over the years and it isn't nearly as bad as you make it out to be. The majority of portable players sold, which are iPods, playback AAC files; I can walk into the Best Buy over here and half of the car CD decks will play mp3 and AAC files while the other half will play mp3 and WMA; a good chunk of stand-alone Blu-ray players support AAC; any smartphone out now supports AAC files (whether it be an Android, iOS, BlackBerry, or Windows Mobile 7 powered one); there are tons of programs supporting AAC; and the list goes on. In fact, every single device in my house supports the playback of AAC files. I couldn't say that 3-4 years ago but the popularity of the iTunes Store and Apple's various iDevice lines has increased AAC compatibility from other companies.

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