Thanks for the suggestions
CD's are made at 44.1 kHz 16 bit so it could just be your settings that's the issue?
--- Ah I see. Hmmmmm... will try that.
Have you enabled the "Normalizing" feature?.
If you set it to 98% (or 99?) you should get the best result. If you go too high the sound will get distorted.
--- Nope. will try.
- and I know what your thinking (RTFM man 🙂).
I was messing about with "MP3Gain" per gimmig's suggestion.
Seems to work for some but exactly what you said for others (if you go too high the sound will get distorted).
Some of the MP3s are so quite I have to turn up the volume and in fact the sound gets distorted.
But suggestion was well worth the shot, improved the sound quality on some files.
Less manipulation to the original file ( in my opinion ) the better 🙂
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EAC = you mean www.exactaudiocopy.de right ?
also was going to try EAC later and see if that helps when ripping CDs.
I realized that I removed my CD from PC, to install extra HD, and the MAC and LENOVO doesn't have CD players.
So tomorrows project, reinstall CD drive.