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lossy compression Telemedicine A format for data transmission which compresses, transmits and decompresses at the receiving end with a 'tolerable' loss of imaged data. See Data compression, Telemedicine; Cf Codec, Loss-less compression, Modem, T-1.
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The norm is 128kbps (kilobytes per second), which will give you CD quality
on almost all downloads.
You get original artistes, from this week's releases to golden oldies, in CD quality
through your own hi-fi.
That CD quality
is good enough, that it's all in the mastering.
All tracks featured on MixAlbum.com are recorded at CD quality
Simply, it is a music file which has been compressed in such a way as to retain CD quality
If you want to send your track onto Gerry, it should be CD quality
, original work and preferably less than four minutes long.
With the new MP3 audio format you can download songs straight off the internet - at close to CD quality