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Old 12 Jan 2011, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default Difference between MP3 and traditonal audio CD.

Hi all,
An MP3 is technically known as an ISO-MPEG Audio Level 2 Layer 3. It is an audio file that has been compressed at a rate of 10:1, making it a small file that retains excellent quality.Can anyone explain me the main difference between an MP3 and a traditional audio CD ???

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