It can be, what limits it is the audio equipment and the bluetooth hardware. I have many song on my phone and stream mp3s from it to my headphones and car audio via bluetooth that sounds just like popping the CD in it.Is Bluetooth 4 as good sounding Asa cd? It's so convenient
i hope u installed rockbox firmware on ya clipSo today's reference music comes from a little Sansa clip I found while looking through a box of stuff. The Bose ear buds got the nod but for a little while the Bose sunglasses were used while I peeled a decal off my truck. Being they are only IPx2 and it was 80 degrees at 9:00, I did not keep wearing them while doing some yard work. Sweat might kill 'em.
The music was an oldie from the mid-90's called Joe Dirt Car by the Bodeans.
What a great live album from back when Kurt Nuemann and Sam Llanas still got along. It was tunes recorded in fairly small venues throughout the mid-west and California from 1989 to 1994 and the double disk cd came out in 95. The shows were done in places with great accoustics so the lively echoes make it sound like 3D through these headphones. Those two blokes sang some great duets in an almost country-fried rock sense. Think Roy Orbison's "Claudette" type of Texas two step numbers with some fabulous ballads mixed in. The audience plays a big part in the enjoyment (if you like that sorta sing along thing) as they drowned out the singers at times. The bass guitar and drums are spot on in the original tapes. The piano and accoustic guiters too. Different people recorded different shows, but they all did it very well. I haven't gotten goose bumps from listening to music in quite a while, yet between the fabulous recording of a once great band and some really sweet ear buds I got goose bumps a few times while plucking weeds in 90 degree weather.
Next up: Song Remains the Same. Jimmy Paige and John Bonham just kill it on that live disk. I have the 2007 re-release version that added a few tunes that the original 1976 album didn't include. I saw the movie in '76 at the "midnight movie" show in Richmond VA when it came out.
I remember smelling the aroma of burning grass and hearing bottles hitting the floor at times. I was 12 so I did not know about such things at that point. I also remember wondering why so many long haired dudes were wearing army fatigues and field jackets in July. Later in life I realized one could carry nearly a case of beer in that outfit. lol.
Note, all music enjoyed today was ripped to 320 from compact disks.
i hope u installed rockbox firmware on ya clip