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Playing 88.2 & 176.4 audio files

I have a number of 88.2K and 176.4K audio files which I'd like to burn to a hi-res DVD-R to listen to on my good system. It seems iTunes can't handle those. How do I convert them to, say, 96/24 and burn on a DVD-R?

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Where is the response to this?

I got an email saying there were responses to my question. I see nothing. Where are they?

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It was spam.

You'll get the notice but mods remove spam fast.

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