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''' WMAL pros '''
 
''' WMAL pros '''
 
* Streaming support
 
* Streaming support
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* Very good software support
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* Hardware support (Microsoft Zune, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gigabeat Gigabeat V and S line from Toshiba])
 
* Supports [[multichannel]] audio and [[high resolution]]s.
 
* Supports [[multichannel]] audio and [[high resolution]]s.
 
* Tagging support (proprietary)
 
* Tagging support (proprietary)
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''' WMAL cons '''
 
''' WMAL cons '''
* Limited hardware support (Microsoft Zune, Toshiba Gigabeat S and V. Both discontinued and obsolete. Rockbox, for 16-bit stereo files only.)
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* Rather low efficiency
* Limited software support outside of the Microsoft Windows operating system.
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* Extremely low efficiency
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* Closed source
 
* Closed source
 
* No hybrid/lossy mode (but is [[LossyWAV]] compatible)
 
* No hybrid/lossy mode (but is [[LossyWAV]] compatible)

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