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On 2015-05-18 12:34 PM, Lou Judson wrote:
> I won’t belabor this much further, but can you give a citation other than your assertion that FLAC is an actual audio recording scheme and not just a compression/storage format?

As I posted while you were writing this message:

 From the Sound Devices 722 firmware version 2-67 manual:

 > Thank you for purchasing the 722. The super-compact 722 records and
 > plays back audio to and from its internal hard drive or CompactFlash
 > medium, making field recording simple and fast. It writes and reads
 > uncompressed PCM audio at 16 or 24 bits with sample rates between 32
 > kHz and 192 kHz. It also writes and reads data compressed FLAC and
 > audio compressed MP2 and MP3 files.

I suspect your 744T also does this if the firmware is reasonably recent.

Cheers,

Richard
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