I bought a new car that is unable to play lossless audio except from a CD (shouldn't have bought such a thing in the first place, but now it's too late). It does have USB and able to read CDs with files (.MP3 and .WMA). Problem is I want to listen .WAVs or any other lossless source. Is there any way I can "wrap" a .wav into mp3 or wma "container" to trick the device into reading the stream? I apologise for the stupidity of the question, I did my best to find a solution but failed. Berg
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No, you need to convert to mp3/wma.
What u mean. You should not have bought the CD player or the car
Surely there are more important things about a car than it's audio capabilities. And high bitrate mp3 will sound perfectly fine in such an enclosed space.
The only other thing you can do is replace the player with one that plays wave and flac as well.I think,therefore i am a hamster.
Try renaming the WAV file to MP3 or WMA. There's a small chance that may work. Especially if your WAV files are stereo, 16 bit, 44100Hz of 48000 Hz. It almost certainly won't work if they are more exotic like 5.1 channel, 24 bit, 96000 Hz.