Is there an application I can use to replace my lossy mp3 files with lossless ALAC files?
I recently bought a pair of ACS T15 high fidelity in ear monitors and my current mp3 files aren't quite cutting it for me in terms of sound. I need a way of changing my mp3s into ALAC files that have BETTER sound quality.
P.S. The majority of the music on my iPod and computer isn't from CDs and so getting the apple lossless files off the CDs themselves is not an option.
I also have about £100 to spend, so software price is not an option.
- TraffLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
No. There is no application that'll do what you want. mp3 is called lossy because information is lost. And once lost, it cannot be recovered. You need to either buy lossless files, or buy the CDs and rip them yourself.
- siwaniLv 44 years ago
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