You can do that with a 100% FLAC rip, with .log and .cue files. Also, why would you ever convert something to 128 (except for use on a portable MP3 player)???froggyboy604 wrote:I also like that I can convert the songs from CDs to any format like MP3, Flac, OGG, WMA, WAV, etc and Bitrate like 320, 192, 128 Kbps, and have no DRM "Digital Rights Management"
Gimgak wrote:I prefer vinyls
froggyboy604 wrote:A lot of older cars, and cheaper old car stereos still don't come with a way for you to plug a MP3 player into it.
Spikey wrote:CDs are always cheap.......$20 or less for a cd and most of them are 10-15$.
Xuan Zhongda wrote:Spikey wrote:CDs are always cheap.......$20 or less for a cd and most of them are 10-15$.
You can get them used on Amazon for $3-8, usually.
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