Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by P07r0457, Jun 7, 2007.
I still hate itunes with a passion, but I definately think it's a step in the right direction.
correct me if I'm wrong, regarding the differences with plus and the current...
itunes plus is basically paying an additional fee to have your existing songs in 256kbs ACC format and no licensing? Also, I heard Apple is still encrypting your info still...
Can you really tell the sound difference? Does that also mean, I can 'sync' my ipod on a different computer and still keep my playists with the iTunes Plus software?
apparently, even the average music listener can:
I guess it's that obvious. Damn, those Shure headsets msrp $400 I would've guessed they were a fraction of that price.
I heard that it is stored in clear text and is pretty easy to remove.
basically the no-drm means you can do whatever the hell you want with the audio files now. Burn it, put it on a Zune, give it to a friend ( Ibeatyougotojail ) put it on lots of computers etc..
Its still an AAC file so you'd have to convert it into MP3 so something NOT made by Apple will play, right?
Unless the other said portable device supports AAC yes but it's not exactly "hard" to do this in itunes.
Plenty of other players support AAC, it's not an Apple thing.
Amarock owns any thing ITunes has.