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    Homeunit succested that we should start a thread where everyone contributes tips.
    That sounds really good. I hope you all post your ideas here.

    Here's my tip:
    Convert CDs directly to wav files instead of converting them to MP3 files.

    Try to avoid converting to MP3 and back to CD audio files because the sound quality suffers everytime you do this.


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    good call homeunit, good call MJP...

    my tip is to burn the cds in 1x or 2x speed, if we burn them kicker than this, we could end up with a hiss sound on the cdr...

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    on that last note.
    I really don't think it matters how fast your burning. 1X - 2X - 4X etc. It's how fast you rip the tracks.

    FOr example, if you convert your tracks to wav then burn the audio cd. This is the process that you should slow down to prevent any digital noise or hiss, etc. The actually burning of the disc (1X - 2X, etc.) can go as fast as your computer can keep up.

    Now, if you copy cd's directly. For example from cd-rom to burner, without ripping to wav files first. Meaning it makes the tracks as a temp file (probably wav) and burns at the same time. So when burning audio cd's with this method you should keep it down to around 2X.

    It's a little different ball game with Data cd's. That process is not as picky.


    DOes this make sense guys?

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