I'am converting music on LP's with Audacity into WAV. Then I want lossless burn it on a music-cd wich I can play with my musicinstallation. (I think .cda format?)I first try it with burrrn but there is loss of quality. Ik think burrrn is using MP3-format. Question:How can I burn lossless? (what format and which programm?)
.cda is the pointer to the file on an Audio CD . Burrrn should write .wavs as .wavs.
I prefer ImgBurn for this myself.
Your quality loss is probably from your turntable to your sound card .
I’m not an expert on this but it has to be done correctly .
If the turntable doesn’t have a preamp or the sound card doesn’t have a phono in you will get lower volume.
How do the .wavs sound after the conversion when played with a player on your computer ?
Thanks for your respons Cholla
Question: You preffer ImgBurn. Is it possible with ImgBurn to convert my WAV-format in a lossless format which to burn on a CD-r for playing in a stand alone?
If you use the instructions in the PM I sent you yes.
An Audio CD -R has the loseless file on it after the burn(write) .
All you can see is a .cda file which is a pointer to the loseless file.
If your standalone is new enough you should have no problem playing the CD -R .
This guide from the ImgBurn site should help .
It shows a test with several different file extensions but you only need to use .wav files.
You might also want to type in the CD Text you want.