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    ok........
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    How?????????

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    maybe not using itunes since I don't think it supports WMA (being a windows format) but I'm sure you could find a free or shareware app on download.com to convert from WMA to WAV.

    I definitely wouldn't recommend converting WMA to WAV and then that WAV to MP3, unless you like the sound of music underwater. WMA is a poor enough-sounding codec as it is, and re-data-compressing that file to MP3 will downgrade the audio to unlistenable, in my opinion. you should, however, be able to use the lossless encoder in iTunes to save some space without reducing quality.

 

 

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