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post #106 of 216
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Originally Posted by Welly Wu View Post
I collect CDs and rip and encode them into 128kbps .mp3 files on my netbook HDD.
Good luck with that... XD I personally don´t buy CD´s to rip them into awful sounding mp3´s.

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Originally Posted by adiZero View Post
1.400 CD's is nothing if you are really into music, and you should be if you spend so much time at head-fi! I would rather spend $40k or more on music than the same amount of money on hifi gear. Remember: MUSIC FIRST!
It´s quite a lot in my opinion too... I´ll probably gather a lot more during the years to come, but I don´t know if it will be that much. I mostly buy only stuff I really really like, unless the record is too cheap to be left in the store. =D
post #107 of 216
1) SACDs I own approx 100 discs
2) CDs
3) Flac at work
4) MP3 256 kbps
post #108 of 216
CD, ALAC, and 256-320 AACs.

Oh, and all the <192 MP3s from my pre-hifi days :/
post #109 of 216
CD

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Originally Posted by Mad Dude View Post
CDs only - as long as music is still being sold on disks (or any other physical volume), I will continue to buy and use them (except for portable use). A file list on a pc isn't half as appealing as a CD rack...
Exactly!



As for digital formats; whatever they come in after being ripped and spread by pirates.

I have never bought a digital album, not even rare releases that have been out of print for ages, but widely available through online sellers of digital albums. I'd rather have an "illegal" copy, while searching for the real thing because the rewarding thrill and excitement when tracking down and finally receiving the disc is definitely worth it.
post #110 of 216
I listen mostly to CD's through my marantz cd5001 and only flac's with my portable.
post #111 of 216
CD's (Almost 3.500), to many Japanese Edition (superb) I am the person who want to touch the original, the art and to keep'em.
And for files: FLAC
post #112 of 216
Most of it is 320 mp3, but I also got quite a few in FLAC and WAV.
post #113 of 216
Portable it's all mp3, at home it's anything goes...
post #114 of 216
90% FLAC, 10% APE. With the QB-9, 100% awesome
post #115 of 216
I buy Cds, I rip them to aac only for my ipod.
post #116 of 216
Vinyl 98%
CD 2%

FLAC ( a mix of 16/44 and 24/96 ) 100%...as i have both vinyl and CD rips....
post #117 of 216
v0 VBR mp3s for my encodes, 320kbps-192 kbps, some older low quality ones, and flac for the albums I really, really like.
post #118 of 216
I selected '256-320 kbps' but have over 2000 CD's that I still listen directly from. For computer listening, at least, the goal would be to stick to this bitrate. I cannot tell between this and lossless/FLAC/wav, no matter how hard I try.
post #119 of 216
CD-->WAV file
post #120 of 216
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Originally Posted by purk View Post
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This is completely off topic, but I always laugh a bit at your username, because in Dutch, it's the green, yucky stuff in your nose.
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