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Russell Ault

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  1. Honestly, it's not something I've experimented with at all. For me, one of the real selling points of this exercise is that I can use the uncompressed audio copied bit-for-bit off of the CD, which (at least on paper) should result in the highest possible sound quality. Basically, in my mind, using PCM means one less thing to worry about. :-) -Russ
  2. Just thought I'd share this here in case anyone else is interested: Several months ago I re-discovered my old MZ-RH10. I wasn't entirely sure what I wanted to do with it, though, because I mostly listen to full albums from beginning to end. Then, I noticed something: the PCM runtime of a 74 minute MD is long enough to hold one side of a vinyl LP. I started copying albums off of CD onto pairs of MDs (side A and side B) using EAC and SS, and what I've "discovered" (it was news to me, at least) is that the "intermission" in the middle of an album caused by the need to flip the record (o
  3. Hi all! (First time poster.) I recently unearthed my old MZ-RH10 (complete with the now-dead screen, of course). I've been enjoying playing around with it (there's just something about Minidiscs, isn't there?), but I've run into a small snag: the yellow plastic insert in the Sony 3V power adapter's barrel plug came loose and stuck itself in the RH10's 3V input. I did manage to extract it from the RH10, but I broke the insert in the process. So, I'm faced with a couple of options: I have another Sony 3V power adapter, but it's for an older MD player and it's only 0.5A, whereas the
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