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The audio quality of my music is horrible

I transfered 20 mp3 songs to my 8310 and the quality is horrible vs. when i play them on my computer. what happened? it offered me an option to convert it for better quality, but i kept it original. any advice?

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Try downloading a high-grade MP3 ripper like Audacity
http://audacity.sourceforge.net/latest/audacity-win/audacity-win-1.2.6.exe
Then get the LAME codecs
http://lame.buanzo.com.ar/libmp3lame-win-3.97.zip
You can then use the program with the LAME codec with the "-b 320" option for the highest possible MP3 quality.

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If you still have them on you're computer I would convert them to a format and bitrate more suited to the blackberry. I know it is a pain converting as it takes a while, but it is worth it as you can listen to the files in not bad quality( for a biz orientated device).

Posted on Apr 04, 2008

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