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  1. Hi all, I realize that this is not in relation to CD's or strictly audio but I think this may be the best place to find help. My husband owns 800 DVDs. For a long time he's wanted to find a way to rip them into some sort of hard drive to have easy accessibility to it from his devices. I am sure this question must have been posted previously in regards to DVDs. What I am looking for is the following: - Fastest external hardware to rip DVDs and Blu Ray. If it can handle multiple disks, even better. - Fastest way to convert these files to playback for media manager. - Recommended media manager (external hard drive + system) We currently have an iTV, would we be able to use that connected to a hard drive? Total novice and I would love to figure this out for my husband so I can give it to him as a Christmas gift. Thank you in advance.
  2. Hello I have more a few 100s of CD's waiting to be ripped since many years because I'm too lazy to do it one by one manually. I am thinking if I could get a 5 CD changer tray, load it in the morning and get EAC to rotate through each and rip that would solve my problem. I could just come back home to swap the next 5 set of CDs and move on with my life. Other option is wait for humanoid Robots to become a reality. I run EAC on wine in Ubuntu. Is there such an external usb multi-CD reader available? How does one automate rotation in the shell? What linux command does one give to the device for that. Anyone successfully got EAC to rotate like this? Please share your experiences. Thanks G0bble
  3. Hello, I'm looking for an internal PC drive in order to rip Music lossless files from CD's. Objective is to rip AIFF or WAV files with the highest possible quality, I'm using Dbpoweramp software. I remember times ago Pioneer & Plextor were the best drives but might not be the case today ? Thank you for your feedback Rgds
  4. Hi All: As I have a huge job ahead of me (many thousands) I've got a Nimbie autoloader and XLD to do the job. I have a nice sized NAS and have yet to conclude if I can rip directly to it or if there is a major benefit to ripping to an internal disk and then moving the files. That said, I've posted what I have for XLD settings so far and would greatly appreciate advice from those who are more knowledgable and have done this prior: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gc79gydprn1fqf3/pbu13k6mA-/XLD
  5. My father has 1000+ CDs spanning all genres and I have tasked myself with ripping them to a hard drive. I'm an audio engineer so I have a plan for format of conversion, though I am now considering PhileAudio because it could rip a lossless version and a compressed version from that, also may offer increased efficiency and multi-drive support. I have the following computers to rip with: PowerMac G5 (PowerPC, so likely iTunes rip) MacBook Pro Core2Duo MacBook Pro i7 iMac i5 Microsoft Surface i5 (if I decide to throw a PC in the mix) I have ordered one each of these extra drives to try in order to speed the process, was going to stick with brands I know but I went by Amazon rating barring any specific Mac incompatibility: LG Buffalo Coolead Samsung Looking to get a 4TB USB 3.0 and Firewire or Thunderbolt drive for lossless storage, should have enough space on the home computer for the compressed collection. My concept is to have some friends over who like music, bait them with booze and free music, and have a rip party. If anyone has any ideas for organization, workflow or anything else please let me know!
  6. Hi, I am new on this forum, despite having been an enthuthiastic, albeit irregular, reader here for years. The reason why I have just registered is that I have a problem that I very much hope that some of the wise and helpful members here can help me find the solution to... My problem consists in noise on several of my ripped cd albums - but not all, despite the fact that all of my rips are being done on the same computer with the same optical drive, same software (EAC + JRiver) and all cables etc. being the same as well. Personally I find it most likely that the noise comes from my external, USB-powered, Asus Blu-Ray slim-line combo drive (SBC-06D2XU), but I am by no means certain, so that is what I hope that you will help me to determine. The Asus drive is only slightly more than half a year old, yet it does often make quite a bit of noise when in use, and its vibrations are furthermore easily heard and felt on the desk, and this has been so ever since the day I bought it, although I did not give it much consideration back then, especially since I did not have any decent computer audio equipment until recently. The other parts of my system consist of a Violectric V800 DAC + Violectric V200 head-amp + Audeze LCD2.v2. and Musical Fidelity X-T100 integrated amp + Dali Menuet speakers, all placed on my desktop with what I consider to be more than decent cabling (from van den Hul and AudioQuest among others). If it most likely is my drive that is at fault, then I am considering buying the following drive from Buffalo as a replacement, and I would naturally be very grateful for any informed or reasoned comment on whether it is likely to be a better drive than the one I have and solve my noise problems (my main reason for selecting this one is that it looks like a sturdy build, it has an external power supply and it has a USB 3.0 connection, but I do not have a chance to test the drive before making the purchase): http://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B00BQTJ1DQ/ref=s9_psimh_gw_p147_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=A3JWKAKR8XB7XF&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=1KRZF4554QEA92T0K416&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=455353687&pf_rd_i=301128 Any thoughts?
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