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Private user
is there an audio book version?
by Private user 
July 18th, 2012
Guy Haimovitch
Unfortunately there is no audio book version for this title.
An Hebrew and digital version for both languages are planned in the future.
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June 11th, 2013
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Fiber Optic Audio Cable
by Manage My Life 
November 29th, 2011
Manage My Life
Most cables are keyed to fit the whole. Some cables are round. When the cable is in place it will have a slight gap inside the connection because it is light passing through it. The optical cable will typically be easy to remove when the TV is moved. Appling more pressure is not the answer. What is the problem you are having? Is it working at all?
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November 30th, 2011
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What is the AA audio format?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
Tags: MP3 Players
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AA is the format used by Audible.com. It is designed for spoken audio content.
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October 30th, 2009
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What is AAC audio format?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
Tags: iPods
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An acronym for Advanced audio coder. An MPEG-2 audio-encoding standard most commonly associated with Apple iPods and iTunes.
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October 30th, 2009
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Frank Kern
What is an AAC audio file?
by Frank Kern 
October 30th, 2009
Tags: iPods
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Advanced Audio Coding, developed by Dolby Laboratories and best known as the format used in iPods. Apple uses their own DRM (digital rights management) technology to secure some AAC downloads for iTunes, although portions of the music catalog are offered in an unprotected AAC format. The iPod is the solitary player that accepts copy-protected AAC files and only those from iTunes Music Store. DRM-free AAC files can be played on a growing number of devices, including Microsoft's Zune and Sony's Walkman series.
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October 30th, 2009
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What is the FLAC audio format?
by Manage My Life 
October 30th, 2009
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FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec, is a free audio encoder/decoder that preserves all information in the original digital file offering high quality compression.
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October 30th, 2009
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Frank Kern
What is the MP3 audio format?
by Frank Kern 
October 30th, 2009
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MP3 stands for Motion Pictures Experts Group Layer 3. It is a type of digital audio file compression. The term MP3 has become the industry standard name for any compressed audio file, though there are many other types of audio compression (AAC, wma, FLAC, etc.). Today, most online music stores use MP3 formatted files.
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October 30th, 2009
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What is the WMA audio format?
by chicagoreters 
October 30th, 2009
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WMA stands for Windows Media Audio, a Microsoft-developed audio compression format. WMA sounds better than MP3 comparable bit rate.
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HDMI audio input board
by Manage My Life 
July 17th, 2013
Tags: LG, Televisions
terry claar
if you have audio from the component inputs then the speakers are not an issue. if you tried the HDMI cable in another device and you have video and audio then the cable is not an issue. you have a bad main board. the main board is the board that all the cables hook up to on the TV and it controls the audio to the speakers.
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July 18th, 2013
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