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Old 02-12-2010, 08:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know, I know, I checked the specs on the Bold, stands at WMA 9 and WMA 10. But dude! It is only the decoder version.
My Bold will not recognize files made with Windows Media Player 12; I am going to try Media Monkey to remake the wma files.
Why WMA and not stick with MP3? With good earphones, and full orchestra compositions, lossles WMA sounds better than MP3.
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Well you can play mp3....
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WinAmp 5.5572 Pro will produce WMA 9.2 lossless, which should play just fine on the Bold.
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