[QUOTE=cholla;2275255]You can use CDex,EAC, or dBpowerAMP.
If you want the full featured dBpowerAMP it is shareware after the trial.The free version is supposed to still convert.I have an older version from before it was a shareware which converts just about everything audio.If the free version doesn’t work for the .mp3 to .wav conversion the add the LAME mp3 codec to the dBpowerAMP program files.It should have this file name: lame_enc.dll & it goes in the Compression folder.
I haven’t tried the Switch converter & it may be a good one too.If you are satisfied with it then use it.[/QUOTE]
Thanks for that. My version of Switch Sound Converter has just gone shareware as the trial has expired (I can’t tell the difference!) but there seem to be endless combinations. Hz and bits (attribites) have already been mentioned but does anyone know what format audio files should be in.
I have the choice:
DSP Group TrueSpeech
MPEG layer 3
Perhaps some time for trial and error this weekend (after I have cut the lawn :)).
… by the way, these are formats for the WAV files when converted. I have already tried burning straight from MP3 but it didn’t work. My methodology also includes keeping a purchased CD in the stacker which continues to work just fine so at least I know that I am not “flogging a dead player” so to speak.
I hope that you are all having a great weekend .
Take care … Michael (aka Hugo)