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post #241 of 245 Old 08-02-2007, 05:12 PM
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if i have the choice i'll take vinyl over cd's any daythere's nothing like the feel of new vinyl..played on a decent system ..there is no comparision to a cd...
my system
amd 3800x2
win xp
2 gigs duel channel memory
gimini direct drive turn table
creative XFI PLATINUM sound card
klipsch 4.1 speakers
bfg 8800 gts 320 video card
samsung 226 monitor
BTW the XFI comes with a break out box with built in pre amp with one step soft ware for converting vinyl to mp3 are wave files..
i hate using filters because it takes the edge from the sound of the recording...
at least thats my opinion ..so i don't mind a few pops here and there
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post #242 of 245 Old 08-03-2007, 11:21 AM
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It is subjective because nobody can prove whether or not you hear what you claim to hear. It is par for the course for people to lie (even to themselves) when money is at stake. I don't bet at all, but if I did it would only be on things that are 100% objectively provable.

And because it is subjective, for the same reason, you cannot prove your assertions that there is no difference between cd players. You first site someone's subjective statement as being incorrect and then argue your point with a subjective statement. It does not make any sense whatsoever. Can you not just understand that it is all subjective, other than specs on paper, and let it go. It's the subjectivity that makes it so fun.

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First, my apologies if this has been kicked around before, but does anyone know if there is software that would allow me to rip my vinyl LP's (I have over 500) to my hard disk (which I can do already with Adobe Audition), and then go out to a database to name the tracks....not unlike Audiograbber which I have used to rip my CD's to MP3's....I believe it is CDDB that I use inside of Audiograbber to get the track names.

BTW, I have my turntable hooked up to my PC via a phono amp and mixer, and recording the LP works fine....I can then convert the analog to an MP3.

TIA.
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Audacity, it is free and works great.

Sound and video is not magic, it is pure physics. Physics that can be magical
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post #245 of 245 Old 12-11-2007, 05:16 AM
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Audacity, it is free and works great.


Thanks for your reply NIN74. I've looked at Audacity and it seems to be an interesting program; however, it appears it would still require me to type in the albums track names.....a rather tedious task given the sheer number of vinyl Lp's I have. Is there not a LP database that would allow me to import the album's track names?
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