Is the audio quality as good as it's made out to be?
The audio quality of an MP3 is judged by its bitrate. You will want to use 320kbps audio files, rather than 192kbps or even 128kbps. Right?
Unfortunately, audio files are often upscaled. You might think you are dealing with a 320kbps MP3, while in fact it was a 128kbps MP3 that was later re-encoded at a higher bitrate.
To make matters worse, upscaling files like this can make the audio quality even less than it was at that lower bitrate.
So what is the solution?