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can the cdj-1000 read .wav's?

RumRogerz

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Sounds silly, but im curious about it. I think that maybe if i were to use cd when i must, i can at least play out a straight wav file instead of redbook
 
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DJ 6 String

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RumRogerz said:
Sounds silly, but im curious about it. I think that maybe if i were to use cd when i must, i can at least play out a straight wav file instead of redbook

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Wiseman

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RumRogerz said:
no one would notice the difference from 16/44 to 24/96 to be honest.

wait so you don't think anyone can tell the difference between 16/44 and 24/96 and yet are worried about the difference between .wav and cd audio? :confused:
 

MOD ONE

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Wiseman said:
MOD ONE

do you burn them as a Data disc or an Audio disc?


Good question... I believe I do Audio, but not 100% sure. I do it through I-tunes... all you do is drop your wave files in the music list you create, and hit the burn button and I-tunes burns it for ya. I do hear differences with wave files. I find it has more depth and the bass is stronger on wave files. When I first started to purchase music I was buying MP3… then did some research and found out waves are a better format to play out with.
 

coleridge

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MOD ONE said:
Good question... I believe I do Audio, but not 100% sure. I do it through I-tunes... all you do is drop your wave files in the music list you create, and hit the burn button and I-tunes burns it for ya. I do hear differences with wave files. I find it has more depth and the bass is stronger on wave files. When I first started to purchase music I was buying MP3… then did some research and found out waves are a better format to play out with.

You're burning an audio CD from WAV files.

He's talking about burning a data CD that contains a WAV file.

And no, the CDJ-1000 will not read that.
 
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RumRogerz

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Wiseman said:
wait so you don't think anyone can tell the difference between 16/44 and 24/96 and yet are worried about the difference between .wav and cd audio? :confused:


ive heard that straight wav is a better format to play rather than redbook, which is why i asked :)
 

Wiseman

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well I would like to hear what that is based on as i think unless you are going 24/96 then it really shouldn't matter.
 

beaker

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RumRogerz said:
ive heard that straight wav is a better format to play rather than redbook, which is why i asked :)

it should be if the wav is a master of higher resolution than 16/44.1. is that what you mean?

i also still sincerely doubt anyone on a dancefloor in a packed, reverberant club will be able to tell the difference.
 
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