Technics reveals music service offering 24 bits 192 kHz FLAC encoded tracks

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Technics will start an online music service offering 24-bits FLAC encoded tracks.

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#2

“Technics Tracks will enable users to store their purchased music on different devices through an online locker.”

Meaning that without a hot net connection, your device can’t access your paid for music. Not terribly useful if you’re in the middle of nowhere with no wireless service of any sort (about 80% of Canada and I would imagine about the same for the land of Aus).

Looks like it’s going to be a while before I can retire Cool Edit Pro and my turntable. Been transfering my analog music to 16 bit 192kbs uncompressed for many years. Not quite analog quality but not too far off.