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so i am starting to download flac songs because somone told me they are so much better then 320kbps. but my compter has a problem detecting my phones files.. when i open it there are no files and there should be some like music ect. but instead its just blank. would it be because on on windows vista atm? i just figured a way to do it when i go into my music folder i hit sync and it connecting my phone to windows media player and i just drag the songs into the sync folder, is that a good way to do it? sorry im just so used to itunes lol.
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I doubt you're going to notice the difference between mp3 and Flac on your phone. Does it even play FLAC?
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I doubt you're going to notice the difference between mp3 and Flac on your phone. Does it even play FLAC?
yeah it can play flac, and there are alot of people telling me i will hear a difference.
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yeah it can play flac, and there are alot of people telling me i will hear a difference.

You're not going to notice a difference on a mobile phone. Its a different story if you listen to them on a high end system. Trust me, I've tried it.
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You're not going to notice a difference on a mobile phone. Its a different story if you listen to them on a high end system. Trust me, I've tried it.
I got a Polk audio sound system in my truck? And klipsch s4a headphones
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