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music file formats

hi, can anyone tell me if you can change music files that i have downloaded into files that would play on my home stereo, and if you can what are they called and can you point me in the right direction on downloading the right software to convert the files.

thanks in advance
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Registered: 10-04-2007

RE: music file formats

> hi, can anyone tell me if you can change music files that i have downloaded into files that would play on my home stereo, and if you can what are they called and can you point me in the right direction on downloading the right software to convert the files.
>
> thanks in advance

Music files that you download are usualy in mp3 format.
You can move these on to a writable cd which will convert them into the correct format to allow them to play on your home hi-fi system.
Most burning software that comes with the cd write / re write will do this.
Examples are Winon Cd, Roxio or Nero.

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John
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espresso_mick
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Registered: 30-07-2007

RE: music file formats

I can recommend Nero Burning Rom, it's excellent.

But if you want a free programme to make audio CD's, check this out.

http://downloads-zdnet.com.com/3000-2140-10110409.html?tag=lst-0-9
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RE: music file formats

> I can recommend Nero Burning Rom, it's excellent.
>
> But if you want a free programme to make audio CD's, check this out.
>
> http://downloads-zdnet.com.com/3000-2140-10110409.html?tag=lst-0-9

thanks to mike and john for your input i will try your advice
jim conroy