Convert MPEG audio files to play in car CD player?
by elliehowe - 9/15/12 3:53 PM
I recently purchased and downloaded songs from Amazon, and they are all in MPEG-1 Layer 3 format. I had to download some special software from Amazon to be able to play them on my PC. Now I want to convert them to a format I can play on my car CD player. Would that be WAV? Or something else?
How would I convert them? Some special software? Or?
I had purchased some songs from iTunes awhile ago, and they were labeled as "Protected AAC audio format." I was able to simply copy those from my PC to a CD that works well in my car. (My PC has Windows 7, if that's relevant...)
I am a newbie at this audio stuff -- MP3 and MP4 and all. I'm still stuck back in WAV I think... so once again I turn to my friends/advisors/saviors/experts/buddies at CNET Forums to help me. Many thanks! Ellie
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