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    over 100,000+ music titles on my pre = grooveshark
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    FYI, Grooveshark is an "on demand" type of service, meaning I can play any song I want. Radiotime, pandora, etc.... randomly play music titles.
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    I convert noisy sources (say FLV) to 64 bits AAC 32Khz with Realplayer, and it renders an oldish cassette-like sound; well, it's the perfect emulation of my early 90's tapes... Technotronic, the Pet Shop Boys, Womack & Womack and the like: they really sound the same as on my walkman ;-)

    But! During playing, my Pixi lags compared to MP3 decoding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stockh View Post
    FYI, Grooveshark is an "on demand" type of service, meaning I can play any song I want. Radiotime, pandora, etc.... randomly play music titles.
    RadioTime doesn't play random music titles. It plays radio...true radio. What you hear on a radio is what you hear on RadioTime. What you don't get with a service like Grooveshark is news of all different varieties (entertainment, politics, tech, etc), weather, sports, talk radio, local events, local information, police/fire/ems, traffic updates, live music, etc. If you don't want those types of things, then Grooveshark will work for you. But, don't limit your listening experience.

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