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Old 7th October 2009 | Show parent
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Or maybe they just don't care considering that the kids on the street are listening to MP3's on iPods.
That's the crux of it.
MP3 killed any chance of higher fidelity progress.
The consumer wants good songs, good performances of those songs and they want them for free. .001% is the obsessive audiophile market.