MP3 Audio Question

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  1. fenderman8000

    fenderman8000 Banned

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    Sorry this topic is really random but I felt like posting it in here.
    I need someone that REALLY knows there audio quality stuff well to answer...

    So I have a 32GB and im running out of space because it is entirely filled with music.

    At the moment my songs are CD RIPS of 192kbs MP3 Files.

    I need to save some space and I heard that ACC and MP4 is better in terms of spacesaving.

    Can anyone tell me exactlly which combination example (MP4 128kbs) IS EXACTYLLY the same as MP3 192KBS. I need a for-sure answer cause it would suck to lose quality.

    Thanks ahead of time
  2. Teslanaut

    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Protip: Use Playlists. Don't sync each and every song.

    AAC would probably save you some space, probably a gigabyte or less, depending on the number of songs. And if you can manage to do the same quality.
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    i have 5024 songs in my library. I guess i shud delete some songs to huh?

    So if i were to convert my songs from MP3 192 to AAC 192 wud it lower the amount of space?
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    You don't have to delete any songs on your computer. Just make a playlist of what you actually listen to more than X times. And converting to MP3 to AAC would proabably save like, 1 MB to 100 KB per song.

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