CD cllection to MP3 source ideas.

Discussion in 'Music & Music Streaming Services' started by alistair, Jul 5, 2004.

  1. alistair

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    I have recently purchased an external device for storing music and files. I have successfully created a few CDs in MP3 format and all works fine. However the thought of doing it for the other 200 in the collection is not good. I have them in a CD juke box thing and wondered if there was a way to just press play-all and let it do it automatically. Any ideas would be grateful.
     
  2. Matt Horne

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    there are ads in the back of T3 I have seen for a firm which will encode your whole cd collection for you.. not sure how much they cost... or you could re-buy them from allofmp3.com at whatever quality you like for about 60p a album...

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    Matt
     
  3. alistair

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    thanks, I've just been out and put the latest T3 mag back on the shelf. I'll have to go back and buy it now :)
    Link sounds good but my firm blocks it, will look at home later, thanks again.
     
  4. jeff-o

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    Ok... wait a sec here. How are the files transferred to this "external device?" By computer? By reading a CD burned with the files? By encoding the MP3s itself? Please explain.
     
  5. alistair

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    device is an archos and can convert automatically to mp3 when you press play on the cd player. don't need pc. I phoned Archos tech support but they didn't understand my question.
     

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