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Old 18th September 2010, 02:03 PM   #11
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ALL the proprietary codecs/decoders require some kind of licensing fee and legal agreement of non-disclosure for software. Code is protected by copyright and DMCA even (when it is encrypted in a chip).
That's why all the media jumped in the digital bandwagon, not for our benefit (they say that they want to provide "better" content) but to close the "analog hole".
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Old 22nd September 2010, 07:32 AM   #12
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And if you do get the chip, it'll have umpteen tiny legs, so a home-made circuit board will be out of the question. And after all that, you're just getting lossy digital audio. While the highest bitrates may sound pretty good, I suspect that few stations will actually devote all the bandwidth to a single channel. They'll probably cram in some pay services like several channels of Muzak to defray the cost of going HD.

There seems to be some JVC HD radios for $45 on eBay at the moment, and that's buy-it-now price.

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