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Best audio quality - which input?

ConS3 Mar 20, 2014

  1. snakehips

    snakehips Well-Known Member

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    I have tech pack with HDD jukebox so I acknowledge that it could be different, but all I did was throw 100's of random tracks onto the hard disk and when I am playing a track, and have Song, Artist and Album displayed on my screen, when I click on Song I get a sorted list by song name, when I click on Artist I get a sorted list of folders by Artist, and when I click on Album I get a sorted list of folders by Album. So the MMI auto-sorts and creates folders for me, depending on the view I want. Is this functionality not available with SD card?
     
  2. PembsA3

    PembsA3 Active Member

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    I used EAC (Easy Audio Copy) to rip cd in WAV and LAME to compress to MP3 320 Kbps...
     
  3. oufc1976

    oufc1976 Member

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    Agreed. To be honest, given that you can load music on SD/HDD, connect devices via Bluetooth and have a wired connection to devices such as iPod, I'm not entirely sure of the point of a CD player...especially in a glove box.
     
  4. Joetidman

    Joetidman Well-Known Member

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    For sticking dvd's in I reckon for when you're static anyway
     
  5. Vertigo1

    Vertigo1 Well-Known Member

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    What I want is a way of converting DTS audio CDs to DTS DVDs so I can play them in proper surround :)
     
  6. andy203

    andy203 181 BHP

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    Not sure if Nero would do this for you.
     

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