Thanks for the advice, I have been also recommended from a friend to use WAV and fortunately WMP has WAV.
So, I can either re-rip everything or use a converter to convert the ones already ripped to .mp3 in order to convert them to WAV.
In playing with it so far it looks like I may have to re-rip them all. It might be the easiest way to go.
Only I'm finding that when ripping as WAV the meta data is not kept with the rip files at their file locations. The meta data appears in WMP with the individual music entries there in WMP but not at the WAV files at their folder locations like it does when ripping to .mp3 files.
Anyone know how to make the meta data appear with the files in their folders? Much of the meta data isn't even available when ripping WAV and certainly not editable. I really would like to access it and be able to edit it. Anyone?
Edited by Johnz414, 23 January 2010 - 12:49 AM.