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Better quality cd or itunes
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11 Mar I read somewhere that mp3 files are not as good quality as CDs. in this world that could identify bit AAC audio (iTunes quality) from CD audio is impressively small. . But the frequency on LPs are way better than CDs. Should I buy a CD or just DL the album from iTunes?? Just curious, in Apple still does not offer CD-quality lossless files for purchase from iTunes. As long as they . I also like Amazon's music better than Apple's. posted by. 12 Jan You can change the settings that iTunes uses when importing files into Higher Quality: Choose if you plan to create your own audio CDs or.
These three formats are higher quality than AAC or MP3. iTunes Store sells kbps AAC, which is about 10% of the original size (if RIPped from a CD). kbps AAC is also the default for RIPping CDs. It offers a good compromise between quality and size and is what the majority of iTunes users stick with. Think I've landed on the right place to start off this discussion.. So lately I've been asking myself which is better in terms of sound quality and. There is no reason why the "mastered for itunes" AAC version cant its marketing bullshit, you will get better quality from the cd seeing as its.
Change your music experience — hear the difference in sound quality. High- Resolution Audio is audio that uses a higher sampling rate than in CDs and. Improving sound quality in iTunes isn't as difficult as you might think. It, therefore, makes sense to rip CDs at the highest quality you can without giving away. 30 Sep CDs sound way better than a digital file (usually). Even when you “buy songs” on iTunes, you don't own the files but are merely just . my preference is still listening from a CD when it comes to having optimal audio quality. iTunes CD import settings kbps”, which is the highest quality supported by iTunes for MP3 files. 14 Dec - 5 min - Uploaded by djTLMtv Should you buy your music on CD or from iTunes? Before I talk about that, I feel that it's.