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Rdio Improves Audio Quality

Category: Internet
Posted: April 29, 2014 05:57PM
Author: gebraset

Rdio has announced that in a joint venture with Bob Weir from The Grateful Dead, the company will be begin an initiative to improve streaming quality while also sparking discussions on the unfairness of streaming audio quality. In a move that directly supports this initiative with Bob Weir, Rdio has revealed that it is improving audio quality for its current catalog of music. Audio files that currently exist within the Rdio catalog will be converted to the AAC format and will be delivered in 320 Kbps. Additionally, Rdio will work with artists and labels worldwide in order to improve streaming quality in markets that have sufficient network bandwidth, as well as areas that do not.

Although all of Rdio’s catalog will soon be seeing an increase in quality, the company has noted that the price for the service will remain the same for customers.

Source: Rdio Blog


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Fight Game on April 30, 2014 05:50PM
so they are going to improve the quality by converting them to a different format and claiming them to be 320? Sorry it doesn't work that way. I'll bet a lot of customers don't know that though

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