Member Rara Avis
You're dreaming again!
But that doesn't necessarily mean it's not feasible. A .wav file, depending on quality, consumes about 1K for every 3 seconds of sound, so we're talking about a pretty dramatic increase in both disk space and bandwidth. I investigated this pretty close to a year ago and ultimately decided the cost/gain ratio just wasn't there for us. But, technology is always moving forward, and a cumbersome wav file can now be easily converted into a much smaller mp3 file - which just might work. It's one of the things I have on my "list" to investigate further.
Uh, right after I get around to hooking up my computer speakers.