What about the sound quality??

sumit.india

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Guys....

If I convert MP3 files to PCM format to make a Audio CD, will the sound quality improve?? or it will reproduce the same as MP3..

Please suggest...

Sumit. :type:
 

Andrew Everard

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It will be no better than the MP3 – you can't replace data lost in the MP3 encoding process – and indeed the conversion process from MP3 may introduce some detrimental changes of its own.

Can't you play the MP3s on your CD player? Most modern CD, DVD or Blu-ray players can handle CD-ROM discs of MP3 files.
 
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Anonymous

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No, the sound quality won’t change at all. However, the file size will.

For high audio quality re-rip the music source in a lossless compression format, such as Apple Lossless, Flac and so-on.

Hope it's of help to you.
 

sumit.india

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Great insight guys....

No point to convert .....

Better to play MP3 directly :dance: :dance: :dance:
 

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