|I have a simple question. If you take an MP3 and convert it to Ogg, WAV, WMA or the others, does it improve the sound of that original MP3?|
I don't use an MP3 Player. What is the reason people are converting MP3's to all the other file types like Ogg etc.? These files cannot improve the sound of a 128 kbit MP3, can they?
I also have seen these programs where you can convert a WMA to MP3. What I have read is that there is more to doing this than a click of a computer key because of the way Microsoft has made the WMA.