Yes, Howard, but your recent message is bringing us back to
discussing compression which is not what this thread is about. It is
about full bandwidth 44,100 sample per second, 16 bit digital audio
stored in the "Red Book" format and playable on standard CD players.
The JukeDisc uses some form of compression, perhaps MP3, perhaps
WindowsMedia or other form. A totally different animal.
At 11:55 PM 2008-01-04, Howard Friedman wrote:
>There is such a thing as a JukeDisc, which can store as much as 151
>minutes. In fact, I have a CD that holds the complete 32 Beethoven
>Sonatas, for a total playing time of 538 minutes and 56 seconds.
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