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Item: Sonneteer Sedley phono with USB vinyl ripping facility (ADC) Location: Randwick NSW Price: $600 plus shipping Item Condition: very good, and with little use Reason for selling: Surplus to needs Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank tfr Extra Info: having had many phonos over the years this is an incredible one for the asking price. With ADC functionality you can digitise your record collection by just adding software. Flexible leadings and MM/MC suitable. Comes with original packaging and manuals. It’s a solid piece of engineering topping scales at 4kg. http://wallofsound.ca/audioreviews/sonneteers-sedley-sings/ Pictures:
Hi all I need to rip approx 900 CDs (all standard Redbook) on a Mac Mini Server running Yosemite OSX. I intend to rip to FLAC. Interested to hear from Mac users about what ripping and tagging software they use. I was leaning towards dbpoweramp but the artwork, metadata and accuracy-check app - PerfectTunes - is Windows only. Is this a deal-breaker? What are my other options? Opinions on XLD? Playback might deserve its own thread but if you want to share opinions there too I'm all ears. Keen to give iTunes a miss (because FLAC). Audirvana Plus? Sorry if these questions have been asked before - I did search the forum first, but please feel free to direct me to older topics. Cheers, Dylan/Art
Hi All, I have one last CD in my collection which I can't rip (The Coors, Borrowed Heaven). It seems to have been pressed in those golden days where the music companies decided to try and stop you from any copying. On the back it says: "This disc incorporates copy control technology to prevent it from being digitally copied and may not be compatible with all playback devices" True to form, EAC doesn't seem to be able to do anything with it. I'm ripping to Flac - does anyone have any ideas how (or if) I can do this relatively simply? Thanks in advance, John
So I purchased a Rega Fono Mini A2D to use with a Technics 1200 to transfer my vinyl collection to digital format. Unfortunately, I didn't read the specifications very well and didn't realise that it's not capable of doing 24 bit 96khz, so now I'm looking for another device that supports this. I've found the following two devices, which look to be very similar, and was wondering if anyone could suggest one over the other. Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 M-Audio M-Track Plus MK2 It seems as though M-Audio has just copied the Scarlett 2i2, since it looks virtually identical, but I'm not sure which one performs better than the other, and as I stated previously, I'm not very good at understanding specification sheets! Also, it looks like I'll still need to keep my Rega Fono Mini A2D to use as a phono pre-amp to interface between the Technics 1200 and either device, is that correct? Any advice is appreciated! Adam