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SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by SoftHacker » Sun Jan 16, 2011 2:24 pm

SensMe channels won't recognize wav files. why? :cry: :cry:
i have ONLY music in WAV format on my psp. i'm a music freak (mp3 = :evil: hate)
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by ViP3R » Sun Jan 16, 2011 2:33 pm

SoftHacker wrote:SensMe channels won't recognize wav files. why? :cry: :cry:
i have ONLY music in WAV format on my psp. i'm a music freak (mp3 = :evil: hate)
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by SoftHacker » Sun Jan 16, 2011 2:46 pm

i would ONLY convert wav files to
- flac
- apple lossless
- wma lossless
- ape
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by xcanox » Tue Jan 18, 2011 4:57 am

Well then you're stubbornly housing a biased hatred, and tough out of luck.
That's all I've got to say.
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by RNB_PSP » Tue Jan 18, 2011 5:09 am

SoftHacker wrote:i would ONLY convert wav files to
- flac
- apple lossless
- wma lossless
- ape
try wma lossless
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by VllnHalf » Tue Jan 18, 2011 7:58 am

xcanox wrote:Well then you're stubbornly housing a biased hatred, and tough out of luck.
That's all I've got to say.
How is it 'bias hatred' wanting the highest sound quality? There is a noticeable difference between lossless and lossy sound quality.
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by xcanox » Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:36 pm

VllnHalf wrote:
xcanox wrote:Well then you're stubbornly housing a biased hatred, and tough out of luck.
That's all I've got to say.
How is it 'bias hatred' wanting the highest sound quality? There is a noticeable difference between lossless and lossy sound quality.
I really see no reason to hate the .MP3 file extension unless you got a virus from an MP3 file.
Even then, that's on the verge of insanity.

Who says MP3 files have to be low-quality? All of my MP3 files are 320kbps.
Even 128kbps sounds great.
But, if you're really worried about your MP3 sound quality, why not make them yourself?
Making MP3 files is really painless.
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by SoftHacker » Tue Jan 18, 2011 5:20 pm

i hate mp3s :evil: because they have to low-quality :evil: :evil:
the LPCM (Linear Pulse-code modulation) codec in wav files have 1411kbps+
the quality of a cd is LPCM 16-bit 44.1kHz/1411kbps
the quality of a vinyl is Analog 24-bit 96KHz/around 4500-5000kbps
i have more vinyls than cds because they have much more better quality than cds

thats the reason why i hate MP3s, the quality sucks!!!
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by VllnHalf » Tue Jan 18, 2011 8:23 pm

xcanox wrote:
VllnHalf wrote:
xcanox wrote:Well then you're stubbornly housing a biased hatred, and tough out of luck.
That's all I've got to say.
How is it 'bias hatred' wanting the highest sound quality? There is a noticeable difference between lossless and lossy sound quality.
I really see no reason to hate the .MP3 file extension unless you got a virus from an MP3 file.
Even then, that's on the verge of insanity.

Who says MP3 files have to be low-quality? All of my MP3 files are 320kbps.
Even 128kbps sounds great.
But, if you're really worried about your MP3 sound quality, why not make them yourself?
Making MP3 files is really painless.
To put what softhacker just said into layman terms. It's not the same. A lossless file has a higher spectrum of sound
and often ripped in near studio quality. While MP3 (lossy) files suffer from lower variations and compression makes
the sound quality lose precious bandwidth. I'll give you a analogy you can understand. It's Full ISOs vs CSO. The CSO
maybe smaller in size but you suffer from slower load times and pieces of the game being cut out to make it smaller.
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Re: SensMe channels + WAV files: How to??

Post by xcanox » Wed Jan 19, 2011 12:25 am

VllnHalf wrote:
xcanox wrote: I really see no reason to hate the .MP3 file extension unless you got a virus from an MP3 file.
Even then, that's on the verge of insanity.

Who says MP3 files have to be low-quality? All of my MP3 files are 320kbps.
Even 128kbps sounds great.
But, if you're really worried about your MP3 sound quality, why not make them yourself?
Making MP3 files is really painless.
To put what softhacker just said into layman terms. It's not the same. A lossless file has a higher spectrum of sound
and often ripped in near studio quality. While MP3 (lossy) files suffer from lower variations and compression makes
the sound quality lose precious bandwidth. I'll give you a analogy you can understand. It's Full ISOs vs CSO. The CSO
maybe smaller in size but you suffer from slower load times and pieces of the game being cut out to make it smaller.
I understand full well what softhacker said.

But, I wasn't aware of the sound quality variations.
Thank you(and softhacker) for clearing that up.
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