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If i have a song on itunes and want to rip it to a CD will it be better quality than the file on my computer??

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Depends on what you play it on :)

If you have say, 5.1 surround sound speakers on your computer, and tin box speakers on a CD player, the computer file will sound better.

Now, by better quality I suppose you mean will the file be degraded in any way? The answer is Yes, but not noticably unless something is wrong during the process of ripping it.

Either way, I doubt you'll notice it.
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ok thnks for your answer!

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