I recently bought a RioVolt SP90 CD/MP3 player. I mainly bought it for work. Well, in actual work use, none of the mp3’s play loud enough. It’s barely loud enough riding the bus actually, and this is in comparision to my Sony Portable CD player I had been using.
So since the SP90 can read CD-RW’s and I planned on making special work CD’s, I figure I’d increase the volume of the mp3 files.
Okay, so nows the question, what’s the best way, and the best programs to use?
If I have to re-encode the mp3 files, I’d like to use Lame 3.90 to encode them.
Should I convert the mp3’s back to wav files and use some sort of sound editing program to increase the volume, then encode it back to mp3?
Or is there some nice clever program that will do what I want?
thanks for any info/experiences you can share,