> > What you really want for an MP3 player is _not_ hard RT, what you want is
> > very reliable low-latency. Which we can do without throwing away most of
> > UNIX.
> I think that depends on whether you are an audiophile or not. Or a
> broadcaster. If you're a broadcaster, how many mp3 skips will you
10 skips a year is probably okay for broadcaster, "normal" stations
using cds are worse than that.
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