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Old January 21st, 2013, 01:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Talkatone Sound Quality - Uncompressed vs Std vs High

Hello, world!

I have been using Talkatone, mated with a Google Voice account for free calls and texts over wifi. I have been curious about the various sound quality levels in the settings, but haven't been able to find any concrete data online. It offers three levels (codecs?) - uncompresssed, standard quality, and high quality.

Taking into account that calls will be made over a strong wifi connection, with little interference from other sources, and on a suitable bandwidth connection, which method would result in the best sound quality? I know the Standard setting is recommended for it's error correction feature which would be useful if the connection was less than stellar, but with the connection being a non-issue I am wondering whether the uncompressed or high quality setting would be best for call and sound quality.

Does anyone have any data on the quality level of each of these three settings on an ideal broadband / wifi configuration? Is there a large difference between all of these, or are we looking at small percentages which generally wouldn't be noticeable during the call?

I would appreciate any information or data anyone could provide!

Woody

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