Let's say I have an original 64k Audible file (we are not sure if it is an MP3 or AAC in it). eMusic uses 64k MP3s.
I can legally extract the audio out of it by various means; I get a WAV. What is the best method to reencode this WAV not to waste that much space on my MP3 player but also does not sound like cr*p?
I have found anything below 64k (Audible 'Enhanced') sounds cr*p.
Strangely, Audible also offers some meditation music, poems with a musical background also as audiobooks, encoded maximum at 64k. Should I reendoce them differently than strictly speech audios?