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Standard User Apprentice
(knowledge is power) Sat 09-Mar-19 21:05:31
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CD ripper


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Times change, no CD player in new car so will need to transfer files from CDs to PC and then onto a SD card, any recomendations for a free to use CD ripper capable of running on Windows 8.1?

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Standard User petsy
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sat 09-Mar-19 21:45:59
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Why not use the cd ripper in windows media player?
Standard User JonRennie
(knowledge is power) Sat 09-Mar-19 22:54:51
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iTunes

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Standard User mking90031
(learned) Sun 10-Mar-19 07:33:17
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Hi,

Does your car radio support bluetooth streaming (aka A2DP)? If it does then you could just stream from your phone. Burn the CD's to MP3 & create a playlist on your phone. This is what I do in my car except I have a bluetooth dongle that plugs into the AUX port on my radio as it doesn't support bluetooth natively but it gets the job done.

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Standard User gomezz
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 10-Mar-19 12:06:12
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Alternatively I have ripped copy of my CD library to a USB memory button which is plugged into the car radio. Being button style means it is not susceptible to being knocked as would a USB memory stick would.

I also have copies of my music on my laptop (in FLAC and MP3 formats as the master copies) my Android tablet (FLAC for best quality playback through my hi-fi) and my smartphone and PMP in MP3 format for listening to when out and about (there are several advantages to using a separate PMP rather than my smartphone).

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Standard User Pipexer
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Sun 10-Mar-19 13:08:10
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JetAudio is really good.

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Standard User herbgold
(member) Sun 10-Mar-19 21:42:33
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I've used dBpoweramp for years - works very well and does the art download as well.

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Standard User Apprentice
(knowledge is power) Mon 11-Mar-19 16:48:21
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Thanks for all the suggestions, so far I have been trying out Windows Media Player and jetAudio both of which I find easy to use.

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Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 04-Apr-19 13:19:57
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windows media player will do the job.

Just one thing, windows 10 is a still a free update if you want to update your Windows 8.1 machine to it.

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Standard User alloneword
(member) Sat 25-May-19 17:16:17
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I know i'm late but CDex, free, portable and nice and easy to learn best of all quality of rips are first rate IMHO.

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