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  1. Recorded Music and Publications
    https://www.ponomusic.com/ I just downloaded the PC app and it's awesome. It is based off JRiver but like iTunes it has an online store to get high resolution files like iTunes. I prefer iTunes but this is awesome for those who don't want to deal with HDTracks which has a worse interface...
  2. Recorded Music and Publications
    Recently bought HJ Lim's set of Beethoven piano sonatas from iTunes. There are in total 98 music files, plus the booklet (which is why I bought from the iTunes store rather than Amazon). 40 of the files are m4a, which can play fine everywhere. 58 are m4p, which can't. They are DRM copy...
  3. Hi-Fi
    The Ear Wars rage on! Please add your input to this question: Can you hear the difference between lossless music files (CDs, FLAC, etc.) and compressed files (such as 256K MP3s)? Please base your response on your ears and your listening equipment.
  4. Recorded Music and Publications
    I can't believe I would ever have thought about this :rolleyes: but, since I do have a pretty good sized collection now (it could approach 1000 discs this year or next, if I continue at the rate I have been buying), I was thinking that the value of my investment might make it worthwhile to back...
  5. Classical Music Discussion
    Where is the best place to find free mp3 files of classical and neo-classical music? My cd player has not worked for years.
  6. Recorded Music and Publications
    Today I have too many digital music files LOL... so I decided to break it up now. Purchased iTunes files stays within iTunes and Purchased Amazon mp3 files stays within Windows Media Player this is on my Toshiba laptop with 2 TB hard drive Ripped iTunes tracks are on my HP laptop with 750 GB...
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