Mike Richter writes:
>WAV is understood to mean uncompressed
>PCM, but in the past has contained MPn files (and others) and the option
>is still present.
As an example, the current mode of distribution of Public Radio system
files is via MP2 wrapped in a broadcast WAV shell. Some audio systems
figure it out right away; others require conversion steps in order to
extract the "nut" of audio.
Charles Lawson <[log in to unmask]>