How do I convert MP3 back to CDA?
Numerous programs can convert MP3 to CDA (CD Audio – Red Book standard) … HOWEVER … once MP3 quality, always MP3 quality, which is considerably inferior to CDA, due to much lower data density and audio compression algorithms of the MP3 format. It’s like eating 90% of your sandwich, then putting it back in the original container — the missing portion of your lunch won’t be restored, but the couple of leftover bites may seem real tasty when you’re hungry later. You will have an MP3 recording, packaged and playable in a CDA wrapper. MP3s are useful when keeping file size way down is real important, and the quality is acceptable on some program material, to many people. But, if you want the best quality, stick with “real” CD audio that has never been downconverted, (or originated in a native MP3 or other low resolution format). For true audio fanatics wanting maximum quality, there are other even higher res formats such as 24 bit/96 khz, SACD, and DVD-A; but unfortunately they are sem