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Best Bit Rate To Use For A 8GB MP3 Player

I've got the zen v plus (8gb) and I was just wondering what is the best bit rate to use, I've currently got 1,312 tracks at "64kbps wma" on my zen micro(6gb) and I'm getting a bit tempted to enhance the quality of the tracks (to maybe 96kbps wma), but I don't want the space on my 8gb v plus to be consumed quickly.

Thanx if anyone could give me any ideas Happy

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exactly how do you change the bitrate(what program)...?

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You should be able to use any music managing software...iTunes, RealPlayer, Windows Media Player (these are the ones that I have on my computer). I imagine Audacity, Winamp, and others do so as well. The point is that you don't have to pay for anything to be able to do this, although some require a paid upgrade if you want to go for high bitrates, 320 kpbs and up.

If you're using Windows Media Player, go to tools, then options, then select the rip music tab. In the lower part of the tab, you can change your rip settings. I have WMP 10 and I'm not sure how different 11 is, but I imagine there is some similarity on how to change the bitrate.

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