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    A Breath of Fresh AirHead

    Quote: Originally Posted by Tyll Hertsens There is some kind of deal...I think it's 20% off if you trade in your old one. Yeah, but it appears that the discount doesn't apply to the 2004 TBH: Quote: All BitHeads are also current models, and are not eligible for the...
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    Tell me why should I buy a sqeezebox

    Quote: Originally Posted by boodi So it's (mainly) a way to have all of your music at hand on command without moving cds , and it's possible only on pc. right ? Yeah, but it also has some Internet audio streaming built in too -- e.g., various Internet radio formats as well as...
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    State of HeadRoom Report

    I've been away from Head-Fi for quite some time and came back before buying a new Bithead for a buddy of mine (I've had one for years and been quite happy with it). I thought I'd see what people had to say about the current rev and see if there was any Head-Fi discount floating around . Of...
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    Squeezebox 2 group buy?

    I think it has a better DAC and looks better; but, I think I would have been happy with a 2. I like it because it streams FLAC. I've been trying it out in software and (except for an underpowered server) it is running really well.
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    Squeezebox 2 group buy?

    OK -- I'm an idiot. I just realized I replied to a post from a year ago . . . sorry about that. So, does anyone know what the current quantity discount is on the Squeezebox 3?
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    Squeezebox 2 group buy?

    I'm just about to buy two of these (one for a buddy and me). Right now they have a $100 if you buy 2. That is better than the discount they are offering in larger quantities.
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    ACC..... proprietary fun

    Quote: Originally Posted by Oddball Going lossless is definitely best since it allows for good transcoding. Not just "good" transcoding, but no transcoding! I know I'm a pedant -- (which I defend because I think it is important to be precise) -- but, converting from a lossless...
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    ACC..... proprietary fun

    Re-ripping is a total pain, I agree. That is why I went with FLAC so I can just convert the music to whatever format I want in the future without having to re-rip.
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    I just realised... how do you delete recordings on the iHP?

    Quote: Originally posted by AGR This is all too hilarious! Big Deal!!! I consider it a safety feature. Who really cares, and what is the big effect of not being able to delete unless your connected?! It is all too simple to make such a fuss about. You connect up your USB, go to the...
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    I just realised... how do you delete recordings on the iHP?

    Quote: Originally posted by bangraman I meant while you're recording. Back when I researched these things I think I remember that there is no way to delete anything from the iHP itself. You have to go to a computer to delete. Not too much of a limitation unless you are...
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    HeadRoom Little Premiums

    Quote: Originally posted by highflyin9 Otherway around Low impedance headphones draw more power from the amplifier. Here's some relevant linkage I believe you are mistaken. Lower impedance headphones will draw more current...
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    Any users play guitar through their cans?

    Quote: Originally posted by Synch Remember, things will sound different for numerous reasons, but a big one is that if you like the sound your speakers make at high volume (i.e. on the verge of breaking up) you will feel that something is missing. This is a place where a distortion...
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    HeadRoom Little Premiums

    What is this, the baby-in-your avatar thread? Maybe we should start a team.
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    HeadRoom AirHead vs HeadRoom Total AirHead?

    I asked a similar question about a month ago on the BH vs. the TBH on the Headroom forum -- Tyll and a few others gave some good answers. Check it out here:
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    Invention/Innovation idea: How to proceed?

    Quote: Originally posted by Music Fanatic If it is not obvious to one of ordinary skill in the art, then yes, it is protectable. Yes, but depending on what we're talking about, it might be protected under trademark law if it is brand-related, not under patent law. I do agree...