August 25, 2015

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A cell phone is a great medium for storing a personal music collection. Many people have transferred music from their CD collection into MP3s. That is a logical step because juggling CDs always has been somewhat awkward. Also, CDs will become scratchy over times and start skipping. The MP3 is the most commonly known audio format for storing music. However, there are also some other formats out there that are as good or even better than MP3. So when converting music from a CD, I recommend either using MP3 with the bit rate of higher than 384 kb per second or instead using a more modern compression scheme such as advanced audio codec. If you use AAC then you can get away with a data rate of 128 kb per second. The higher the bit rate the better the sound quality but the more …