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Old 01-07-2010, 11:39 AM
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Help What is the most battery-sucking LOSSY codec?

From what I understand, MP3 is the easiest for devices to decode. Then you have AAC, Vorbis, and WMA which supposedly can deliver better SQ at low bitrates(step back ABX Nazis....this isn't about which sounds best) but apparently are harder to decode....so which is the most battery-intensive to decode?
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