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#1 AAC+ support :)))

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nobody
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2007-02-07
2007-02-07
Anonymous
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Hey there!

Nice app thank you! Just one tiny request. I have looked EVERYWHERE for a j2me shoutcast player that supports AAC+ (AACPLUS) format but could not find one. AAC playback is really excellent at VERY low bitrates like 24kpbs. On a cellphone with GPRS it would rock to be able to play AAC 24kpbs as the higher bitrates interrupt to much. I know of many excellent shoutcast sites that use the AAC format like www.di.fm for example.

Thank you very much for a really cool app. the best looking radio app out there in my opinion

Regards
Quinton

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    I would like AAC support too, thank you in advance!

     
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    I absolutely agree with Quinton ... best looking radio app for mobiles!
    Some features I think should be implemented:
    mms support
    m3u and pls also.

    Many thanks for your WORK.
    Alex

     
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    Really great app Thanks !!!

    In addition - it would be nice to add ogg/vorbis support.
    Many station broadcasters are using ogg/vorbis streaming as free alternative to mp3

    Thanks again!

     
  • Denis Dereka
    Denis Dereka
    2007-04-06

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    hmm.
    see your device specifications. if device support AAC+ then MFRADIO to play it.

     
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    +1

     
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    I have sony ericsson m600. aac+ is supported.
    But when I try to play 24kbits aac+ streams from www.di.fm,
    error appears "wrong format.." etc.

     
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    (small addition to message below, error clarification)
    Unsupported_content_type_BEGINaudio/aacp
    is not supported

     

  • Anonymous
    2011-09-04

    Yes, it's pity that aac+ is not supported. It gives excellent sound on low bitrates.