In Mobile Age, Sound Quality Steps Back
Date: Monday, May 10, 2010 @ 10:50:10 UTC

A onetime audio engineer who now works as a consultant for Stereo Exchange, an upscale audio store in Manhattan, Jon Zimmer lights up when talking about high fidelity, bit rates and $10,000 loudspeakers. But iPods and compressed computer files - the most popular vehicles for audio today - are "sucking the life out of music," he says. Complete Article

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