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In Mobile Age, Sound Quality Steps Back

The New York Times, 10 May 2010
Publié le : 10 mai 2010
 Joseph Plambeck 

At the ripe age of 28, Jon Zimmer is sort of an old fogey. That is, he is obsessive about the sound quality of his music.

A onetime audio engineer who now works as a consultant for Stereo Exchange, an upscale audio store in Manhattan, Mr. Zimmer lights up when talking about high fidelity, bit rates and $10,000 loudspeakers.

But iPods and compressed computer files the most popular vehicles for audio today are sucking the life out of music, he says.

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