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Is it possible to copy a MP3 CD and if so does the sound quality go down on the copy?


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2007-07-12 02:38:46
2007-07-12 02:38:46

Yes its possible and no the quality does not go down.

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No. Digital recordings are like copying any other digital data. If you do not loose data you do not loose sound quality.

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There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down. There are many possible combinations. Ctrl - C is the most obvious one. You can also use Alt - E - C. You can press the shortcut menu key and then press C. Ctrl - R and Ctrl - D can be used to do a copy like a fill, with Ctrl - R being for copy right and Ctrl - D being for copy down.

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No, it is possible for 2 parents with down syndrome to produce a child with no non-disjunction disorder because of a gamete is produced with an extra copy of the chromosomes.

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First, examine the factors: The radio can be switched on, but there is no sound, and the antenna does not extend or retract. One possible solution could be replacing the fuse.

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No.. Sumtymz it even sounds better... but only if you dont do it ryt it wont sound better..


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