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  1. #1 Mp3 or Acc 
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    Which format is better in your mind for music on the psp. mp3 or aac

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    some kind of mp3 but psp is better in ways cuz u can have games and videos and internet....so i would use the psp but for music i would use a mp3...and mp3 its easier to find the music ur wanting to listen to,say if u have a lot of music...

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    acc because it has better quality



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    yeah i like acc i can get more on my stick cause i can have smaller files without losing quality.
    only thing i cant figgure out is how to get all the info like mp3s have like artist and album. all i get is the song name

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraz1979
    yeah i like acc i can get more on my stick cause i can have smaller files without losing quality.
    only thing i cant figgure out is how to get all the info like mp3s have like artist and album. all i get is the song name
    I would say mp3, u can hardly find acc music files anywhere, no one really uses it, but if u guys know a source that is good to get aac music files let me know
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    i just convert my current mp3s into acc i use itunes and xillsoft wudio converter

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraz1979
    i just convert my current mp3s into acc i use itunes and xillsoft wudio converter
    good looking out man about to try it and see if it is good
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    might have to play with the settings a bit the psp is picky about aac. at least mine is

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    Whooo! Acc Rocks, The Quality Is Awesome, Especially If You Are Listening To It On An Ipod
    Ahhh... Good Quality, Good Quality
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    the takin up less space it great too. my 1gig stick holds about 260 songs.. which is pleanty for me

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    On My 2 Gig Ipod Nano I Can Get About 420 Songs On There
    *whispers* (iHate) apple because they said i could put up to 500 songs, they lied*whispers lower* sons of bitches
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