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MP3-CD AUDIOBOOKS AND STANDARD CD AUDIOBOOKS—WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE?
An MP3-CD audiobook (also called an MP3-CD) looks the same as a standard CD audiobook, so if you were looking at them side-by-side you wouldn't see a difference.The difference is the type of sound file the disc contains. MP3 files are significantly compressed audio files. The compression process removes redundant information—which results in a smaller file that doesn't sacrifice sound quality. These smaller files are how we can fit more information on less discs. What would take 12 discs on a standard CD audiobook, can fit on just one disc of an MP3-CD audiobook. In addition to being less clunky, MP3-CD audiobooks give you options. You can listen to the disc in a MP3-enabled CD player or you can transfer the audio files into iTunes or Windows Media Player and listen on your phone or other device. he MP3 file format is the same as what you would get from a digital download, without the actual downloading. This way, you don't have to take up space storing the files digitally or worry that they might get deleted. You'll always have the original disc as a backup.
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