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June 19, 2009

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Jesse Menn

192 kbps is the cutoff to avoid swirly sounding music. Most of my stuff is recorded @ 320 kbps or flac. Of course, it's not like mp3 is the only compression for music out there.

herculodge

I'm too lazy to change the bit rate and deal with less music on iPod. The JBL Radials sound good with the normal default setting on iTunes.

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