Addicted to Fun and Learning
- Sep 2, 2020
- Gothenburg, Sweden
No, not necessarily. For example, there may be some patents that are owned by MQA company that the new owner wants. There are a few reasons why MQA was not going to go into foreclosure, this being one.I guess this means somebody thinks MQA is commercially viable. We shall see.
Actually they are replacing MQA with higher resolution FLAC, for whatever that's worth.