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    Ripping with Toast 9
    When I import a CD into iTunes using iTunes, it copies the files as 128kbps songs. I was thinking about getting Toast 9 and using it to import my music onto my computer, ideally at 192 or greater. I assume it has that feature; how would I go about doing that using Toast?

    Thank you.

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    you just need to adjust the iTunes preferences, under the general tab > Import settings botton, to import at a higher bitrate

    you do not need toast to manage that
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    Thanks very much, louishen. Don't know why I didn't notice that option before.

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