There are seven formats being used by classical music broadcasters on the Net which, in our opinion, are capable of producing acceptable quality audio.
They are Abacast, MP3, Ogg Vorbis, Apple's Quicktime Media Player, Real Player, Ultravox, AAC Plus and Windows Media Player.
We have found that the Many stations have upgraded to Real Player 8.However not a single station listed on our site has "upgraded" to Real One, the latest incarnation offered by this company.On Internet Explorer, the installer needs to close the browser to proceed with the installation. Also, if an application is using an already installed version of Flash Player, the Flash Player installer can't run properly.In that case, close all open applications and try again.If you intend to follow up on the links listed below, we recommend that you open up Acrobat now in preparation, or that you download and install Adobe Acrobat Reader before following up on the links listed on this page.
If you hear a white noise while playing this stream we suggest you change (at your own risk) the output driver in WINAMP to the direct Sound Driver.For Safari on Mac OS, see Enable Flash Player for Safari.For Google Chrome, see Enable Flash Player for Chrome. After installing Flash Player, everything works correctly until you restart your computer.After you restart, web pages ask you to install Flash Player again.See How do I fix Windows permission problems with Flash Player?However it has not been avoided completely by classical streaming stations.