Recently I have found myself in disagreement with people who do not understand what a FLAC file is/does. I, correctly, assert that it is a way of compressing files, usually LOSSLESS files, so they can be sent digitally without losing their auditory integrity in any way, and then expanded back to full "strength" once received. Others purport that FLAC is some type of audio file, like a WAV or an ALAC, which it is not. A FLAC is parallel to a ZIP, it is a compressed audio file, no more, no less. Please vehemently agree or disagree with my opinion.