do you mean wma instead of wav? wav is the type of file that commercial audio cds use. these are not compressed files and are not useful because of their size in mp3 players. both players support mp3 and wma so this should not be a factor in your decision.
I'm looking at 2 very different players - Archos Gmini 400 and JetAudio M3L
Gmini encodes or records from audio sources using WAV and the JetAudio encodes using MP3 up to 320 kbps. Does anyone know the differences in these? I want to record and then burn to a CD. I need it fairly good quality - 192 kbps at least ... is WAV comparable with this?? Thanks in advance