ČRo D-dur. I then save the cro-d-dur.flac.m3u file to desktop. I then can play the stream with a compatible player of which I am using VLC for investigative purpose for now.
I do like the idea of 20bit/48Khz even more and think it might be a possibility in the future as broadband has more than enough capacity to stream this. In the beginnings of internet radio it was very low byte rates but now 320kb/s is everywhere and now this Flac stream which max's out over 1000 kb/s. The quality of material or what they do to it in the mastering room is another story.
Any player that recognizes .m3u file can be used. m3u file is a computer file format that stores multimedia playlists. It was initialy started as a WinAmp file type but since then it has expanded to be recognized and played by many applications. Off the top of my head I will mention XMMS for Linux and JRiver, VLC, Foobar, Winamp, and others for Windows. When you go to the above link select the FLAC under