Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
If your songs are already in mp3 format than they must have been probably saved in 256 or 320 kbps. That is a waste of space since human ear can't tell the difference between anything higher than 192 kbps. For mp3 player it is more than enough to save songs with 128 kbps, especially if you're only using headphones. If the song takes approximately 4000 KB than you could fit close to 500 songs on 2GB mp3 player like yours. So, you need to check the beat rate of the songs and make convert those with beat rate over 192 to 192 or 128 which is just fine.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
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