I just wrote a new audio player (for my special purposes aka as "reasonable >shuffle all<").
List of playable formats misses "FLAC", which works very well. FLAC nowadays has to be preferred as it a) is offered unter free an open licence (BSD/GPL) b) offers lossless quality c) uses less performance than other - compressed - formats when being decompressed at play time.
(Well, it takes some more space to store FLACs, but remember: size doesn't matter! At least not today with usually +16GB memory in your smartphone.)
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even if it doesnt, your ears can't even tell the difference between FLAC and an mp3 file with a decent bitrate.
I have known people that told me otherwise, that they could absolutely differentiate a lossless sound format from a lossy sound format... I have some doubts! Then again it's not the worse I've heard. I've known other people saying they could "feel" the WiFi waves in their brain. Needless to say I tried this by setting my router on and off for him to detect and it was total bulls**t
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