Reply to post: Re: Definition

Halfords invents radio signals that don't travel at the speed of light

Paul Shirley

Re: Definition

I believe the argument is more: it could push bits faster and more bits means higher quality. Which would be good if they actually used more bits on each channel instead of actually using less bits per channel across far too many of them!

I'll stick to high bitrate internet radio on my av amp/Kodi boxes/pc. Never heard a dab channel that didn't hurt my ears.

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