General Asylum: Re: Questions About Copying Cd's & Digital Music by Jim
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In Reply to: Questions About Copying Cd's & Digital Music posted by email@example.com on April 26, 2005 at 13:32:09:
I learned that to improve the quality of the audio from the Ipod (especially if you are using it with upgraded headphones), you have to rip your CD's at a higher bitrate. I increased my itunes settings from the default of 128kbps to 192 kbps and the quality improved markedly. The songs will take a little more space in the ipod memory but it is worth it. I don't know much about computers but I assume these are then less compressed files.
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Topic - Questions About Copying Cd's & Digital Music - firstname.lastname@example.org 13:32:09 04/26/05 ( 13)
- Hydrogenaudio.com might be the place to go with such questions - dingo dave 12:56:32 04/27/05 ( 0)
Re: Questions About Copying Cd's & Digital Music - Jim 04/27/05 10:08:40 04/27/05 ( 1)
- More is better, but - cdb 18:44:12 04/27/05 ( 0)
Re: Questions About Copying Cd's & Digital Music - TommyK 06:45:50 04/27/05 ( 1)
- Agree on EAC (which is a totally FREE download!) and slow copy and burn times - Elizabeth 10:39:58 04/28/05 ( 0)
Re: Questions About Copying Cd's & Digital Music - iam not a prirate 17:18:09 04/26/05 ( 0)
head jitter - MarkgM 14:09:21 04/26/05 ( 6) iTunes not burnable - faithnomorefreak 19:37:10 04/26/05 ( 2)
- What are the limitations? nt - MarkgM 20:06:37 04/26/05 ( 0)
Sure they are - jbmcb 20:06:26 04/26/05 ( 0)