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How can I convert my 16bit music library to 24bit for better quality?

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I just bought a new stereo system in my room and 16bit music sounds very thin and tingy, so i have been playing vinyl.. 24bit music seems to be a great option, but i don't know how to convert my music to 24bit.. :/
ps: I don't care about HD space.. i use 1TB HD for my music and I don't have a lot of bands in my itunes library. Thanks

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There won't be any point in convering existing 16-bit music to 24-bit. You won't gain any quality by doing so since the data isn't there in a 16-bit file. You'll have to reimport from vinyl, if that's what you've been doing, as 24-bit, or look for download stores that sell in such an audiophile format.
Question: do you have 24-bit files now that you can compare directly to 16-bit files? Or are you just presuming that the sample depth is the problem? Do actual CDs (the disks, non-imported) sound OK?
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