Apple lossless will be the best that you can do in iTunes. Try to convert a cd using it then see if it works in your car. It works on all of mine.
I did this as well and it is awesome...kind of. I love it for home in different rooms as it is so easy to move to a player in the office, kitchen etc, the problem I have is in the car, it does not have blue tooth. I had to get the iPod touch which has half the storage for more money.I eventually succumbed and bought an iPod Classic and re-ripped my CDs in Apple lossless, I use it with the AVR and the vehicle through USB.
I don't know why I was anti Apple/iTunes, it has turned out to be excellent for my needs and no other player comes close to the 160GB capacity of the iPod.
sounds like they had been passed by with some sort of magnetic field or something?They sat in storage for about two years, when I got back to Dallas and retrieved them not a single one of the tapes sounded right.
They were all garbled and the tracks had bled into each other.
Yes, it worked. I did have a few CDs that came up differently when it goes out to find all the info on line so it made duplicates of them instead of writing over the originals but I spent some time cleaning that up and all is good.Did you manage to save your playlists when you re-ripped your music?