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Old 13-11-2017, 23:49   #52
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implying that the DRM standard has asymmetric ability
If you confine yourself within the 'rule box' of current DRM standard, then the answer is a resounding NO. That's why I said
short term stopgap solutions
. But it does't mean you have to throw out the baby with dirty bath water. what I hinted is that there is Long Term Evolution of this standard (L.T.E. sounds familiar, eh?)that in the ultimate end brings out the best of analogue system and digital system.

PS. NO, laurent and I are talking about two different things, and given my academic background in information theory I know what I'm talking about: "Joint Source Channel Coding". If you not even heard about it, then google it.
Any kind of audio drop-out is worse than any kind of low quality audio: No audio, No log report.

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