I encoded my music (CD's) In 384kbps WMA 96/24, I then converted it (for dap use) to 192 MP3 CBR 48-44.1/16, but now my portable reference rig is coming together (HD800 w/ adrenaline cables, Lisa III XP, Walkman X1061 w/ ebay LOD) and I want to reconvert my music to MP3 320 VBR 48-44.1/16 (and WAV direct from CD (duh) for the stuff I really like) Should I re-encode the cd's, or just convert the 384 WMA's? Audio quality is my goal.
I can use Eufony, but it doesn't transfer coverart, or Creative Mediasource 5 audio converter, and it transfers everything, and would make converting the WMA's much faster.
Or I can use Accord CD Ripper (look it up, download it and try it before suggesting alternatives) to reencode.
Edited by Blasto_Brandino - 6/7/10 at 7:35pm