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    I have maybe 10 MP3s at the MOST - I think it's like..6 or something

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    Originally posted by mkaufman
    I have maybe 10 MP3s at the MOST - I think it's like..6 or something
    Wow, really? Thought you'd have more.

    I constantly play my music on Winamp in the background while I'm on the computer (when I don't have the TV on).

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    Originally posted by jumpthru
    What do you guys use to change ID3 tags?
    I use WinAmp to do that. Click the song in the playlist, hit ALT + 3, and you'll get all the file info ready to edit.

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    Originally posted by abahta
    MaximumPC Magazine had a little series on this guy who set up a totally awesome car audio system based on a computer. He took a server rack thingy and threw in a huge hard drive, bit of RAM, and installed Linux on the thing. Then he somehow hooked up a LCD display thingy and programmed it all. I am not sure how he adds MP3's to the setup, but that was really interesting to read.

    I would think that all the bumps that a car goes through would limit the life of a hard drive....
    ****, I got to subscribe to that.

    Though I planned on doing the same thing...financial reasons prohibited me from doing it.

    Though he probably adds them via network: IE: drags them from one computer to another.

    And you can make LCD's that have that, its discussed quite frequently in the hard ocp forums.
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    Originally posted by abahta
    Originally posted by jumpthru
    What do you guys use to change ID3 tags?
    I use WinAmp to do that. Click the song in the playlist, hit ALT + 3, and you'll get all the file info ready to edit.
    Yea but that is quite time consuming isn't it? Clicking on EACH, if you have a lot of files.

    Do you know of a program that helps with mass changes. I use nameit but I was wondering if anyone knows of a better one. I think nameit only changes the the old standard of Id3 tags and not the news ones so some programs like musicmatch show them with the wrong stuff...

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    I have about 2 GIGs of total MP3s which I download from all over the net (mostly mp3board.com and scour.com). Thank god I have DSL - it takes me less than 45-60 seconds to download a 4 meg MP3 if the connection's good.

    I got a MD Player a couple of days ago which allows you to copy mp3s or ANY other sounds from your PC, another MD/CD player, microphone, etc. and each minidisk (it costs less than $3/disc) can hold up to 74 minutes of music so it's really awesome to be able to listen to your mp3s wherever you want (if you are deciding between an MP3 player and MD player, definitely go with the MD player).
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    I dont like minidisk...

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    Hi,

    Yeah Minidisc payers are very cool I have had one for a couple of months now and I think I am in love

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    Exactly 53... mostly through Napster (actually Macster because I'm on a Mac ) With DSL.

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    I didn't know you could listen mp3s on MD ! does that work on all MD players, or only a few ones ?
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    all of them

    you just connect the analog cable to the pc (speakers) and your md player and you can record any sound you want
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    Yeah, but thats just a work-around. I remember Sony introduced a MD player capable at playing back MP3's.... So you store MP3's digitally on an MD.... But I haven't such model... actually I don't even use my MD player anymore, as I can download all songs through Napster

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    Hi,

    My sound card has a digital (optical) out port so I can put MP3's digitalaly onto my minidisk player, well I could if I had the right lead. The problem is I have one lead that connects my minidisc player to my hi-fi and I need a different one to connect to my PC and I am yet to find one (well I havn't really looked very hard ).


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