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Thread: converting mp3 to wav problem

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    converting mp3 to wav problem

    when I convert an mp3 to a wav the wav for lack of another way to describe sounds like chipmunks singing and words can't be understood. I've been converting for a long time then suddenly one day this event happened. I deleted dbpoweramp from my system and re-installed and re-registered but didn't fix the problem. Would appreciate a solution because dbpoweramp is the BEST when working right. Also these bad converted wavs won't play with Windows Music Player. Thanks.

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    Re: converting mp3 to wav problem

    What are the settings for the wave file?

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    Re: converting mp3 to wav problem

    dot in mp3-wave
    settings on next screen are
    48 kbps
    Bit Rate (CRB)
    Encoding Normal
    the advanced settings says
    Frequency (as source)
    Channels (auto)
    and check mark in original
    all else blank

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    Re: converting mp3 to wav problem

    Try as uncompressed wave, then play it back, how does it sound?

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    Re: converting mp3 to wav problem

    Thanks for your quick response, Spoon, and willingness to help!
    I was surprised when I found a paper where I had written down my previous settings and now all is fixed and converting well.
    Sharing the settings with you below that work for my converting mp3 to wave.
    64kpbs
    slow (high quality)
    bit rate (CBR)
    Advanced settings
    Original
    44.1 KHz (CD)
    2 stereo (auto) (CD)

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