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Yahoo! Sells, Advocates DRM-Free Music

ecampbel Re:iTunes take note.. (244 comments)

There *can't* be any difference between 128k AAC and uncompressed CD audio. CD audio is what 128K AAC becomes after it's uncompressed, but before it's sent to your machine's speakers.

However, re-compressing that already uncompressed 128K AAC will cause degradation (so your second point is correct).

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