Saturday, December 02, 2006

Quantity vs. audio quality on MP3 players

Clayton Collins writes in the Christian Science Monitor on the generally low quality of audio in much portable audio, especially in the MP3 and related formats.


(I've always been a stickler for audio quality, even in the portable realm. I've never been totally happy with the quality of sound that comes out of many portable players and still haven't totally made the switch to mp3. My portable setup: a fine Philips portable CD player used with either Grado SR-80 or Sennheiser PX100 headphones, depending on mood and fashion sensibility.)

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