If you're a music lover and own a portable MP3 player, chances are you've used an MP3 file recently. An accessible and easy-to-use format, MP3s have changed the way people listen to and distribute music. But how do MP3s work? How do they stack up against CD-quality songs? What does "compression" have to do with it, anyway?
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What type of format is an MP3 file?
Question 2 of 10
What's the key to sound quality in an MP3 file?
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What's a typcial bit rate for an MP3 file?
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What does MPEG stand for?
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Which of the following do you not need to make use of MP3 files on your computer?
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What method won't keep an MP3 file stored on your computer?
Question 7 of 10
What is a data CD?
Question 8 of 10
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Question 9 of 10
MP3 players generally use two types of ports to transfer data. Which of these isn't one?
Question 10 of 10