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    Vintage hi-fi junkie / turntable lover.

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  1. Hi Al Excellent! Will get some postage details to you via PM. Thanks DaveR
  2. Further information: I recently upgraded my son's PC from 8GB to 16GB, so this kit is no longer required. DDR4, 2 x 4GB modules, 2133 mHz clock speed. This is really good quality RAM. Happy to post at your expense. DaveR Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Further information: My 10yo son saw people using this Launchpad on youtube and got all excited about it, so we bought it for him for Xmas. The concept is great, but unfortunately the software was quite a steep learning curve for a 10yo and he just couldn't get the hang of it. It was used barely 10 times. The software (Ableton Live) has been activated. I don't know if it can be transferred. Includes original box, USB / power cable, manual, stickers. I think this would be a sensational device for someone who knows how to use it. You can see Justin Timberlake using a similar synth / loop device at the start of the "Say Something" video: JT "Say Something" DaveR Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  4. Orpheus make some nice floorstanders. These look like an early iteration of the CS 28.3. I don't think that concrete / marble base is standard though. You could email Brad Serhan of Orpheus at: orpheusbrad@gmail.com DaveR
  5. Sensational cartridge for the money. If you missed out on the special buy a couple of weeks ago, don't miss this opportunity. GLWTS! D
  6. Hi Rori Is this still available? Thanks DaveR
  7. Thanks! Given our continued lockdown in Vic, I will elect for shipping thanks. I will PM you with details. DaveR
  8. Could I have this please: The Motown Singles Collection 1959-1971 $ 30.00 4 cds Thanks! DaveR
  9. Thanks for your help. I managed to work it out. It was the file name string in the EAC settings tab. I changed that a bit and now have a folder appearing with the album name. Sorry about that - I was wrong. It was prompting me for a file path/folder. We're all good now. DaveR
  10. Thanks both. I'll have a play around with that tomorrow. FYI Snoopy - my install is set to "ask every time", but it doesn't ask me. ?? D
  11. Thanks Snoopy! Those are pretty much the steps I am using: 1. Get the CD info from data provider 2. Select CMP from menu on left. You can see in the pics below that the Artist . Album info is being grabbed OK before the rip happens. The tracks are ripped OK, but I don't get prompted for a folder (maybe because I added a Default folder during the Setup stage). And when the rip is complete the tracks are just added to the top level folder instead of their own folder, and with no Artist / Album info included. The only reason there are individual folders in the pics below are because I have created them manually. I googled this issue and some users talk about the metadata syntax they use. I left it as default - but it wasn't working - so added their suggestion of this: -T "artist=%artist%" -T "title=%title%" -T "album=%albumtitle%" -T "date=%year%" -T "tracknumber=%tracknr%" -T "genre=%genre%" -5 %source% but that doesn't work either. There is the option to "Save" something at the bottom of the screen, but I tried that and I don't now what, if anything, saved. D
  12. Hi SNA I've just done my first rips with EAC, but I have a problem. The Artist and Album info is not being saved with the audio files, and no folder is being created. Should this happen automatically? When I insert the CD I select the "get metadata info" and the artist and album title are displayed in the relevant fields, but when I select Save neither is saved with the audio file. It just saves the file as a title. I also have to create my own folder for each CD. I name it by artist /album for every CD. Is that standard with EAC? I know this is a very old piece of software but it seems to do a good job of ripping. Any help would be appreciated. DaveR
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