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Authored by: Panjandrum on May 10, '06 05:42:27AM

I buy only those few songs where I really do only want one or two songs from the artist, usually for nostalgia reasons. Less than 50 songs total so far. I would buy more, despite the DRM, if the quality were higher. I can hear way too much audio-artifacting at 128kbps. If Apple offered the music at 192 (or even 160), the quality would be vastly better.

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Not high-quality
Authored by: rkilgard on May 10, '06 08:36:58AM

I agree completely. I tend to buy individual songs, letting them aggregate in my shopping cart until it reaches critical mass (5-10 songs), then reviewing it to make sure I really want to waste a dollar on... say... the Humpty Dance. When I want entire albums, I buy the physical CDs. I also have a large (and growing) collection of classical and jazz music, which I never buy from iTMS, not only for lack of quality but also for lack of liner notes (which are often quite extensive for classical and jazz, and a PDF booklet isn't gonna cut it for me).



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Not high-quality
Authored by: lavar78 on May 20, '06 05:48:12PM

"Waste a buck"? "The Humpty Dance" is priceless!



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