Free mp3 convertor needed.

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by Timh, Mar 14, 2005.

  1. Timh

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    Hi all


    Can anyone recommend a good free cd to mp3 convertor.

    Thanks
     
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    im sorry rainfx cdex is not good its FANTASTIC. i love it dead quick, easy to use, easy on pc resources and FREE! i never use sonic stage to rip mp3s olny ever cdex, long live cdex :)
     
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    Just about any program, RealPlayer, Windows Media Player, etc. Just go to preferences and tell it to rip at mp3 rather than realaudio or wma, respectively.
     
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    dbpoweramp's good
     
  8. Timh

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    Thanks for the recommendations, I hadn't realised Windows media could rip mp3's.
    I just tested WMP and it worked fine.

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