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Kinnar
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Kinnar   12/23/2010 9:33:43 AM
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It really needs some standardization of the audio format for equipments. Simultaneously it is also possible to make talking all the electronic device that are digital. Also it needs to have one universal protocol to make all the devices talking with each other. This will be possible if the audio format gets standardized for equipments.

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DrFPGA   12/22/2010 5:21:13 PM
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This is a great intro article. If you want more info try the links at the end. They are a great follow-up and well worth the read.

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