Possibly even more but my memory is vague here, there was a thread on his setup, used for archiving cd/vinyl and such, it's crazy.
Consider me very impressed then, especially if he put the TLC into it himself. That's an accomplishment over several years to achieve. I just ordered a TOTL A/D eval board from TI that I'm looking forward to digitize my vinyl with. It can even output DSD, but I'm not entirely sure how I could get that stream into my PC...yet. I'll be going the 24/88 route for now.
Yeah I know, but I like to DIY :) The eval board i bought is $149, and the same stuff is used in $1k+ A/D converters. I'll have to look into hooking up USB out, but it does have SPDIF and AES out installed. It can also output I2S, which is probably how I would hook up a USB card. Inputs also consist of XLR and RCA already installed. Really a nice little gem. All i have to do is hook it up to a linear PSU and case it up, and maybe swap an opamp if i choose :)
3,146 songs - 310 albums - 56.7GB - 11.4 days
All ripped at either 256kbps AAC, 320 kbps MP3, or FLAC/ALAC. Everything has be be FLAC now though, no more buying MP3's from iTunes or Amazon. I am only buying CD's and the occasional downloads from Bandcamp in FLAC.
I've added 1,190 songs to my library in the last 11 months, not to bad really.
It should grow even more so with the coming months, so hoping the herd indeed does prosper and prosper well.