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MP3 or WMA ? - 6/13/2002 5:18:10 PM   


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HI I have just bought a personal mp3 player that will also play G2 and WMA files, I had read somewhere that WMA sounds better and takes lesss space, Anybody know thye score ?. Whats G2 ?
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RE: MP3 or WMA ? - 6/13/2002 6:40:02 PM   


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G2 is realplayer files?

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RE: MP3 or WMA ? - 6/13/2002 11:01:17 PM   

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Yes G2 is realplayer files, they don't sound very good. As for the WMA and MP3 debate, I personally don't think the WMA files sound as good. The MP3Pro is not what it's advertised to be either, it records at 64K and is supposed to sound as good as 128K, but it does not, highs and bass suffer great loss with the MP3Pro. The best MP3 method is MP3 VBR, it takes alot more space but the sound is excellent.


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