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Learning the difference between all those audio formats.

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I always see new threads about people who are curious about the difference between audio formats.

So I happened to stumble across this today and thought it would be a great help to those curious.

Handy stuff



http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/40465...audio-formats/
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Digital audio has been around a very long time so there’s bound to be a plethora of audio formats out there. Here are some of the more common ones, what differentiates them, and what to use them for.
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I think something similar from this or a different website had been posted before.
    
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i7 920 Doh eVGA 759 Classy Gigabyte GTX 470 6 gb Mushkin Blackline 
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80gb SSD, 2x640 Black, 2x1TB Green, 640 Green Samsung DVD-RW W7 64bit 1920x1200 Asus 25.5 incher 
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Realforce 86ub + HHKbp2 Silverstone Zeus 850W Ravenfish Rayzor Naga | Sseries Xai 
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