Many thanks for all the different suggestions on how to improve the sound. At one point I loaded in some 300 CDs to iTunes, but that took weeks. Is there a way to simply transfer over this music library to another program that can play these tunes in a format that is easy to use? It has to be able to display songs/artists/albums in alphabetical order, and it has to be easily searchable.
I bought a Toshiba Chromebook not long ago, and I did notice that the sound card on it sounds quite good.
Just tried a YouTube video now on the Chromebook connected to my system. THERE IS NO HUM UNLESS I PLAY AT EARSPLITTING LEVELS - WOW! Anything up to loud levels is free of hum. In addition this computer sounds better than my old Vista PC.
How can I play my iTunes library through it since the ss hard drive only has 16GB of space? If I understand correctly, you cannot load programs onto the Chromebook but apps instead. It seems to me that the apps must be supported by Google. (I saw that Google let you play iTunes via a cloud server, but I don't feel like paying $10/month for the privilege of listening to my own CDs.)
The Chromebook has a USB port. Would it be possible to put the music that I have on iTunes on an external hard drive and play it through the chromebook?
Like i said if you decide to try just install the program ill tell you where to get what you need ,rip a couple cd 's to the player familiarize yourself with it and ill send you photo captures of my settings ,my settings are very basic im talking about tagging and all of that .alot of stuff on that player i dont know about, after all i just want to listen to music not rack my brains . If you need help send me a PM .ill help you best i can .