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Is there any way to convert mp3 to whatever the best sound quality codec is and also restore the quality? the quality on most of my mp3s are really bad like i get crackling in every thing i use car, computer, dvd player ect. and i want to eliminate this.
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Nope, if the quality is already gone, you can't "restore" it. High bitrate can only store the data, can't create it.
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Is there any way to convert mp3 to whatever the best sound quality codec is and also restore the quality? the quality on most of my mp3s are really bad like i get crackling in every thing i use car, computer, dvd player ect. and i want to eliminate this.
Also could be your onboard sounds causing the cracks and niose.
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Nope, if the quality is already gone, you can't "restore" it. High bitrate can only store the data, can't create it.
While this is true, there are software attempts and adding lost data. The Creative X-Fi soundcard has a great program for doing this and I'd say it improves the sound quality on old mp3s roughly 8 out of 10 times. If you have a large mp3 collection, it might be worth the $105 to buy an X-Fi.
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Converting to mp3 uses an algorithm for choosing what data to cut out right? isnt there some program to reverse this algorithm?
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