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metalkobra your making no sense, your saying that in an mp3 at say 32kbps and then you encode it to 256kbps then there will be a difference, how? the 32kbps song doesnt keep information about what it would be if it was 256kbps.
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if you were to encode from 128>192...you wouldnt lose much sound info at all...and it would sound a bit better
no it wouldnt, it would just take up more space and sound exactly the same, go try it now
    
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To get back to the original question, if you take your 128kbps MP3 and convers it to 256kbps, there will be no (noticable) sound difference.

When the file was originaly encoded at 128, some information was taken out from the original CD. If you converted to 256, that information would still be lost, because you can't get something from nothing.
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