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CD ripping for use in my Model S

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by Lawsteve, Oct 23, 2015.

  1. Lawsteve

    Lawsteve MCATDT

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    I have used some ripping software for a few of my CD's to convert to FLAC for use in my P85, but do not have the time to sit and convert my entire collection of CD's (probably over 800 and less than 1000 discs).

    Has anyone had a good experience with any of the companies that do commercial CD ripping?
     
  2. Merrill

    Merrill Active Member

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    I used MusicShifter, affordable and they did a great job.
     
  3. Lawsteve

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    Update - after research, I decided to use "Ready to Play" - they had a banner on this site for a while. Although they were more expensive than some others, I am really pleased with the service they provided and have had no issues with the music or album art for the almost 600 CD's they ripped into FLAC format and put onto a small hard drive I now use in my car. I highly recommend them if you have a music collection that is too large for you to spend time on ripping yourself.

    Jeff Tedesco was very responsive to all of my stupid questions and got everything ripped and in return mail in just 3 or 4 days.

    I am am not affiliated with them, and they did not ask me to post this comment.

    info re services and pricing is here: http://readytoplay.com/
     
  4. Only Trons

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    Great info. Thanks.

    BTW, what "small hard drive" are you using in your car?
     

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