MusicGiants targets new service to "uber" audiophiles, and gives the dealer a piece of the action By Brian Ploskina For some people, it's easy to carry on listening to your iPod or similar device and forget that what you're hearing is distorted, i.e. compressed, music files. Whether the files are stored as MP3s, Windows Media (WMA) or Apple's version of Advanced Audio Coding (AAC), you're still only getting a fraction of the real song. You might say that's the price you pay for the ability to store thousands of songs on a single device and take it anywhere you want. But isn't it strange that when most

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