Guys who have fun with iPod should know that Apple iTunes could help us import tone tracks on CD directly to iPod, but usually what we hear sounds a little different. It has no that clear definition or good audio quality like CD, it’s even worse than some MP3. There’s much cacophony when playing music. I’m not saying that the iTunes function is bad or iPod is terrible, I guess that we just haven’t used the import function of iTunes well. Now let’s first learn few tips, so we can enjoy super fantastic CD audio quality music with iPod.
First, we should install iTunes, and then Music Store or iTune library song catalog window would appear. Now we put a CD into it, and soon we can find the songs in the left “Music Store” list, click “Audio CD”, and then all songs/tone tracks on the CD would be listed on the right side.
The first tip: open error correction function and improve audio quality
If you are careful enough, you will find that by default settings, after importing CD discs by iTune, usually “Dida..” sound or short burst sound would be made. On the primary interface of iTune, open “Edit—preferred settings—advanced--Import”, you will find you haven’t checked the option “Use error correction function when reading audio CD”. Then once there’s dust or minor nicks on the surface of the disc, they would be turned to cacophony or even burst sounds in iPod, therefore, when we import CD, make sure this option is checked! Alt