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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by wildexpressions, Mar 14, 2000.

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  1. wildexpressions

    wildexpressions Thread Starter

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    ive noticed that when i convert mp3s into wavs and burn to a disk the sound quality is not very good,it sounds kind of muffled and has lots of bass,i only convert mp3s that are 128 kbps or higher,i use a ricoh 6x,run win 98 on a p2 300 with 128 ram.is there any sound card settings or something i can do to increase the quality of the sound?my sound card is a yamaha opl3 sax.i am in the process of recording all my cds[i have 400 or so]into mp3s for safe keeping,and in the future if i have to replace a cd i want as good as quality possable.
     
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    What software are you using to convert from MP3? That is probably where your problem is. Look for some kind of quality setting in the software doing the conversion.

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    ich---i use win amp 2.5 to convert my mp3s into wavs,is there a setting in there,do you know?is there a better program to use?
     
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