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what bit rate do most of you rip at for mp3's . i know theres different rates and that this would be subjective. the lower the bit rate the more music you can record. if the lowest is good without to much loss, fine . just wondering what most of you do. thx vynle.:?:
 

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thx . i wasnt sure .i did set mine to 320kb. what do you actually lose at lower rates is it volume or low end or what? vynle.
 

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vynle said:
thx . i wasnt sure .i did set mine to 320kb. what do you actually lose at lower rates is it volume or low end or what? vynle.
Frequency response.
High's and low's
 

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After a few tries of burning I finally got the Shaker to "read" the disk. I put several "albums" on the disk but it recorded the songs in alphabetical order. Is this normal or is there a way that I can record the songs in order as they were on the cd?

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What software do you use to make your mp3s? You should be able to set an option to add numbers to the front of of the name of the songs. Such as

1-song1.mp3
2-song2.mp3

etc.

This way the songs will be played in the same order as they were originally on the CD. You can do the same thing with folder names when you write them to the CD.
 

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All most all my mp3s are above 128 only few are 128,, some go upto 320 and some sone are 256, 128 is not bad but if you will be encoding coding your own song (from CDs) them go with anything above 128
 
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