android audio format support- native

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    im looking at info on android's site for supported audio formats and it looks like aac is not supported past 160 kbps ... which is strange because i can play 256 kbps m4a files on my fone ....

    i am looking to reencode my entire music library since its been many years since i originally encoded my audio cds into itunes. since, there are new supported bitrates with vbr. i am looking to stick with aac since i prefer it over mp3, but want to know if ill encounter any issues playing back 320 kbps constant bitrate m4a files on the device?

    i have chosen 320 constant bitrate for quality of sound and least decoding needed to playback as opposed to vbr. i also have an ipod 5g that i use mostly for audio playback of my albums on a high-end car audio system, so i need some compatibility with older hardware ....

    i wouldnt mind exploring encoders that can give higher bitrates, but im unsure how they will be supported on the phone and the ipod ....

    anyone knowledgable with audio and android devices?

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    any ideas?

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