“Right now, my digital audio collection consumes a total of about 110 gigabytes. That number is a bit deceptive, as it’s really two identical collectionsâ€”one ripped in Windows Media Lossless format, the other in Apple Lossless. The collection currently consists of 106 CDs ripped from my collection, with about another 60 or so to go. Given that I have disk space to burn, this isn’t that onerous. Even ripping a CD twice doesn’t really take much time.
Why rip into two competing formats? It does sound silly on the surface, but it’s my way of ensuring that somehow, I’ll be able to play that content in full fidelity, on my home audio systems. ”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Grado SR60 Headphone @ 3D Velocity
- Logitech mm28 Portable Speakers @ ThinkComputers.org
- MobiBLU B153 Flash MP3 Player @ ExtremeMHz
- Pioneer VSX-816-K/S @ Designtechnica
- Terratec Aureon 7.1 PCI – Dolby Digital Live Soundcard Review @ Technic3D
- Toshiba Gigabeat S MP3 Player @ DailyCE.com
- Archos XS104 MP3 Player @ DailyCE.com
- Belkin TuneStage for iPod Nano @ DailyCE.com
- SoundGraph iMON 2.4G LT & DT @ techPowerUp!
- iRiver Clix PMP @ CoolTechZone.com
- Philips GoGear HDD1630 6GB Jukebox Review @ CoolTechZone.com
ExtremeTech has written an article describing ways to get your music CD’s onto your hard drive, and then broadcast them to your home audio system. I guess those 750Gb drives will be selling a little faster.