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Old 17th May 2010 | Show parent
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To be honest, MP3 can damage your speakers.
Only a WAV is sure never to damage any speaker whatsoever.
I've actually found a sound that makes your speakers sound better, though.
I'll post a link so everyone can hear it.
The effect is nulled if you convert it into an mp3, even if you dither it to 16 bit.
It MUST be used at night (after 3 am the vibe is not as good so try between 11 pm and 2 am for best results) and the speakers must face north.
You must pair them, obviously, with the best converters possible.
There you go, I'm sure you'll be grateful after you try this file:

http://files.me.com/distortingjack/qc5iwk.wav

REMEMBER:
IT DOESN'T WORK ON MP3. YOU WILL DAMAGE YOUR SPEAKERS IRREMEDIABLY IF YOU DO. ONLY THE 24 BIT VERSION WILL DO.
PEACE AND GLORY FOR THE COUNTRY.
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