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Just have a choice of ALAC downloads. Then get a set of speakers that meet your standards, depending on how much of an audiophile you might be, and there we now have it.Not every person needs a $100,000 set of speakers, as well as the few who is able to hear the difference (and the even fewer that can reasonably afford it), have at it. Not everyone can hear the difference between 320 kbps and ALAC, don’t assume all speakers can reproduce a change, and not everyone cares; that’s perfectly.Music is definitely an art, just like artwork itself. When you can be content to view a 4 megapixel image of the Jewish bride by rembrandt on your computer, that’s fine. Others wouldn’t be content until they see it in person.Therefore i sort of trust him that digital music is shuffled around in the degraded state, however it doesn’t have to be, as well as for those who care enough, it is not. As for piracy, Baby, Get Your Head Screwed On
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