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CDs have low volume

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Kimmi8, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. Kimmi8

    Kimmi8 Member

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    Hi

    The volume on my cd-rs are very low all of a sudden.

    I'm using Taiyo yuden cd-rs from supermediastore.com
    The tracks are burned as .wav, 16 bits, sample rate 44100.
    Is it the cd media, or my burner, or a setting during the encoding process?

    Kimmi
     
  2. chubbyInc

    chubbyInc Regular member

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    whats the bitrate?

    320 bitrate is best also some media CD's have low volume, like the Memorex Black CDs. Try using a converter like dBpowerAMP for a different file type like .MP3
     
  3. Mez

    Mez Active member

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    chubbyInc, what rips @ 320? I am planning to rip some vinyl one of these days so I have been sniffing around on this forum. I have not found anything I was looking for but have stumbeled into great finds such as this.
     
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    Not totally sure about Vinyl transfer programs or the quality they will give out. dBpowerAMP can copy an original CD at 320 bitrate into various formats.
     
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    Thanks, I will look into dBpowerAMP. I can always re-rip my CDs. With disk space so cheap, I am interesed in max quality.
     

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