Thanks Eric, that's what I have been doing with your software for the past several years. I've upgraded my turntable and cartridge/stylus and what to start converting with wav files (which Spinitagain does), my issue is that CD's only can handle 16bit/44100hrz wav files. MP3 is fine with portable players/tablets, but, I am hoping to create 24bit/48 or 96khrz,high resolution wav files, which, again your software can create. My real situation is getting these files onto a DVD in playable condition. Copying the high resolution wav files as data files will not play. Creating CD's with these high resolution files, from what I have researched, will only play at CD quality wav (16bit/44khrz). DVD's are a complicated situation. Guess I'm turning into a bit of a audiophile. My goal is to see if I can hear a difference between CD quality wav files and high resolution wav files. If I can't, I will stay with the CD quality wav files. The high resolution wav files will play on my PC, but my sound system is not connected to the PC. Maybe, if I can connect my PC to the stereo sound system, I can test the sound quality. Using my PC speakers, are just not up to the task, as my Pioneer and Cerwin Vega speakers. See what I'm attempting to do ????