[icecast] Radio france in ogg

boink boink at tetter.xs4all.nl
Wed Apr 2 00:02:26 PST 2003



yes, having worked at an isp, most people do use 56k modems. the 33k
modem went out years ago, just as the 14k modem did before it. 

though, when using a 56k modem, upstream is never more than 33k and the
real connection is between 44k and 48k, insh'allah. 

thus, for those out of adsl/cable range and still have to rely on those
slow but trusty little 56k modems, a stream of around 30k is just right.
that's why I did my stream in that range. 

boink

On Wed, Apr 02, 2003 at 12:11:10PM +1200, Ross Levis wrote:
> Geoff Shang wrote:
> > 22khz quality -1, which in my 
> > experience tends to come out at around 22-24kbps
> 
> Based on the OddCastDSP status screen, I'm getting averages of around
> 30k in mono, about 42k in stereo.  30k is likely too high for 33.6
> modems but don't most people use 56k modems these days?  Most
> connections are around 48k I believe.
> 
> Ross.
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