Mp3 quality??
Posted by: Jack ()
Date: August 22, 2000 09:40AM

Hello folks,

Many of you are whiz kids, so I'm sure someone know about this better than a computer illiterate mongoose like yours truly.

Okay, so MP3s have different kbps's right? And the higher it is, the better the quality.....most of them are recorded at 128. My question is, as you keep going higher do they always get better? Meaning, there's some much higher numbers, you can get and MP3 done at 256 kbps or even 3-hundred-something. Is that advisable? Isn't there a point where the sound stalls and just doesn't get any better?

I mean, if 128 is already supposed to be CD-quality, if you do it at 320 or so, are you improving on the quality of the disc or what? Even if the difference is minimal, is it better to go as high as possible when I'm making MP3s for a CDR collection or for a friend or something?

Can anyone explian this? Thanks, mates!


SubjectViewsWritten ByPosted
Mp3 quality??295Jack08/22/2000 09:40AM
RE: Mp3 quality?? 170 Big Bow Wow 08/23/2000 02:01AM
Thanks...more questions! 254Jack08/23/2000 05:03AM
RE: Thanks...more questions! 220Joe08/23/2000 03:45PM
RE: Thanks...more questions! 203 Big Bow Wow 08/24/2000 03:13AM
MY OPINION... 240 Francesco 08/25/2000 10:18PM

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