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  1. Comparing « Free Downloads »

    For you who like to test with free comparisons of... I'll start by recommending bluecoastrecords.com/free-downloads by « Creat[ing] an account » A couple of significant primers to the range of their comparative formats, in association with NPR, or BBC : And you're welcome to recommend others
  2. Hello everyone I am a relatively new member here. I'm hoping to get some answers on a streaming problem: I like to listen to the BBC Radio Three radio stream which is 320 kb per second AAC; it sounds great (or used to until it stopped working on all my players a few days ago). iTunes won't play the stream anymore nor will any other players on my Mac. Was hoping someone here might know something or have some troubleshooting ideas. Thanks