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ARCHIVED FORUM -- April 2007 to March 2012

This is the first Archived Forum which was active between 17th April 2007 and 1st March February 2012


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  • 02-04-2012 12:34 PM

    • BeoIce
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    • Recklinghausen, Germany
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    Beoport & CD-Ripping

    After setting up my beoport for the DIY Beomedia project today I tried to rip a CD to the computer.

    Is it normal, that the ripping process takes as much time as listening to the full CD it self ?

    Did I do something wrong when ripping ?

    I've got more than 300 CDs. I do not have the time to listen to all CDs to have them ripped. Anyone know a faster way to do it and to get the right mp3-Tag info and covers for Beoport ?

    Any help would be fine.




    BeoSound 9000 MK III, BeoLab 6000, BeoLab 11, BeoCenter 2300, BeoSound Century, BeoVision MX4000/MX7000 & BeoCom 4

    Samsung UE40B7090, Samsung HT-WS1G, Technisat HD8-S, Sony PS3, Logitech PS3 IR-BT-Adapter & Lintronic TT455-RT-238

  • 02-04-2012 3:28 PM In reply to

    • hfat
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    • Joined on 05-18-2010
    • Austria
    • Posts 176
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    Re: Beoport & CD-Ripping

    Hello  BeoIce,

    I use dBpoweramp for ripping CDs. It support many target formats. I ripped all my CD to Apple Lossless. You simply have to install the additional codec (simply google "dcbasssource alac") and BeoMedia plays lossless files.


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