What do use to RIP cds into flac?
Sep 3, 2018 at 1:01 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 17

david8613

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What do you guys use these days to RIP cds into flac? Haven't ripped anything since the old mp3 days, and I have been streaming since then. I found all my old cds and want rip them using flac for my new daps hiby r3 and hiby r6. Any advice appreciated thanks.
 
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Ripped right onto my DX server
 
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Dbpoweramp is one of he best as it will use all cores when converting the sound files. Converting a cd in just a few seconds is just awesome.
 
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Ok but will cost a lot more if I remember.
 
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What do you guys use these days to RIP cds into flac? Haven't ripped anything since the old mp3 days, and I have been streaming since then. I found all my old cds and want rip them using flac for my new daps hiby r3 and hiby r6. Any advice appreciated thanks.
Should be lots of free programs at Majorgeeks, to do the ripping.
 
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I tried foobar 2000, I had a little problem at first I didn't download the codecs after that good, no problems but for some reason no album art? I don't know?
 
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DBpower amp is great. I have had no issues and it is fast and easy
 
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dBpoweramp here as well . And if you convert with it will use all the cores on your processor and it will be done so fast.
 

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