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Old 2007-10-11, 03:24 AM
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Re: Do you play/check your discs after burning them?

berndawg84, all you have to do is get a decent sound card then hook that up to your amp and your computer+amp is now as good of a sound system as your standalone cd player+amp. even a little better since you can listen to 24bit, which a standard cd player cannot. just take whatever cables are hooking your cd player up to your stereo and use them to hook your computer up to your stereo system. then you don't have to wait for the cds to finish burning, just put it in foobar/winamp and hit 'play'.

1000 data dvds worth of audio cdrs is gonna be something like 15,000 audio cdrs. FIFTEEN THOUSAND!

anyhow, its up to you, just wanted to give you another option that doesn't take up so much space in your house. Large external HDs are pretty cheap these days, and you can pick up an M-Audio Audiophile 2496 soundcard (or similar) for about $120 these days.
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