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Old 07-14-2002, 06:43 PM   #1
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What's next car audio with respect to MD, DAT and DCC?

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3.23 What's in store for car audio with respect to MD, DAT and DCC? [HK]
MiniDisc (MD) seems to have a better future than Digital Audio Tape (DAT) or Digital Compact Cassette (DCC) which don't seem to have appeal to the public. Ease of use seems to be an important factor and the CD formats allows direct access to musical tracks at an instant. Although MD doesn't match the sound quality of the standard CDs it will probably be popular since the players have a buffer to eliminate skipping. DAT will remain as a media for ProAudio for recording purposes before pressing CDs.

CAF comment: MP3, along with the CDrom burner, is what we feel is the final replacement for the position last held by cassette.
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