Hey everyone, sorry for the inexperienced new a question. I have searched for a thread of similar title but no dice. I've also investigoogled it but can't really find an answer. I'm going down to my nearest NI stockists on Monday to (hopefully) buy the z2 and an X1 ( maybe 2). I've long been an analogue vinyl purist but just can't ignore the benefits of going digital, especially using timecode vinyl. So in readiness for my new gear I've been ripping loads of my old cds on to my laptop. The thing is I've read on various forums and social media posts that anything under like 320Kbps will sound awful through a PA even if it sounds ok at home. But when I go to my 'rip sound quality' settings in windows media player, the highest quality it will let me rip cds at is like 192kbps. Does this mean that all these MP3s I now have that have taken me days to rip are gonna sound sketchy af if I play then out through Traktor? Does iTunes rip at a better quality or is there another program I can download to rip at a better quality? I don't want to get to my first night using my new gear only to find that my MP3s sound awful, especially compared to the analogue vinyl I also intend to play on the same night. Many thanks in advance for your help and advice.