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Just A. Dude

...but rather than having its own file format, Geek Wave is designed to handle as wide a range of audio files as possible...

Pono is not creating its own file format.

It does support multiple formats.

You should work harder.

Clyde Smith

You're right, they're actually focused on using the FLAC format but will play other files.

The way they originally described it in their Kickstarter made it sound like they were doing something more and since I don't really care about hardware or digital file quality (and have no intention of covering it in depth), I didn't pick up on that.

Since you're linking to a journalism site I should inform you that I'm not a journalist, I've never been a journalist and I generally find journalists' somewhat insufferable when they get on their high horse.

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