Old 29th September 2012, 22:12   #1
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need format used on older cd players so can convert in Winamp, HELP
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what do you mean??? anyway hope this helps:
All the CD's are normally in CDA format (which stands for Compact Disc Audio) and it can be directly saved in your computer WITHOUT COMPRESSION only in 2 formats: AIFF (for Apple) and WAV or WAVE (for Microsoft). After that COMPRESSED LOSSLESS (lossless: without loosing quality) are the ones who listen exactly the same as WAV/AIFF but with less weigh. The most common are FLAC, WMA Lossless, MIDI (Normally used for simple mobile tones), Shorten.....
So, as long as I know, CDA is the cd original file, but at older computers you couldn't save your CD's at it, so it means it have been always the same format.

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Old 30th September 2012, 06:58   #3
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So, as long as I know, CDA is the cd original file, but at older computers you couldn't save your CD's at it, so it means it have been always the same format.
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There's nothing to stand the idea of a different format on older CD's and, obviously, there isn't any format on vynils because it's not recorded with a computer.
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