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  1. It would be very helpful for me if I could get a comparision for the functionality of HiMDRenderer and WinNMD for NetMD users. I am satisfied with WinNMD and sent the author the registration fee. However, I would like to eliminate some of the config steps that I go through each time that could be automated, particularly having to us oggdropXPd to convert the wav's to ogg vorbis. Thanks.
  2. Don't plan to start the urination olympics, but as some are concepts, some (or most) are discontinued, some are/were not available in the US, and some of us are not stereophiles, I find it a lot more helpful to get a recommendation on something that is actually available and someone has seen. Once again, CD, MD, and Aux In... has anyone seen one for sale in the US?
  3. FWIW, the table of MD equipment is a great service, a great way to see an item and read some specs, but a poor way to make a purchasing decision. These look very neat. I really want one with a mini-stereo plug on the front for my DAP. Are you aware of any CD/MD/ w/ Aux in? Thanks.
  4. Funny, my Neuros is still running like a champ doing exactly what the company advertised it would do, plus! Sorry to hear that yours didn't work out.
  5. I just bought the ccrane model. As with all ccrance stuff I have purchased, it is well made and pricey. I bought the mobility kit also. I followed the directions on the Internet to crank up the output power and it works well. I live in the DC area and our dial is pretty crowded. I can put it on an open freq between two strong stations and it works like a champ. It tunes the entire FM band and does everything you need. I am not humping their product and hope you can find something that meets your need at a lower price, but if you want to make one purchase and get the job done, I don't think you can beat ccrane.
  6. How about a slight twist on the above scenario. I primarily want to rip my MD's to 192k ogg vorbis. I have been trolling eBay and the Internet for a NetMD deck with optical out. So far, no joy. There have been two 980's from the UK, but both went a bit higher than I wanted to pay and one seller seemed a little flaky. I am really wondering whether it is worth $200 just for the digital/optical connection. I like the convenience of NetMD/WinNMD, so I really am not interested in having to do all of my own titling and tagging.
  7. Looks like Sony does several. There are a few up on eBay: http://search.ebay.com/search/search.dll?f...inidisc+changer
  8. I am interested. I have a pretty broad variety of music. Not much country, but will rip some on request. Nearly all of my collection is ripped to ogg vorbis q6 (~192). This has worked fine so far for creating MDs. I don't have HiMD. My N910 is my newest MD recorder.
  9. Sonicstage works about as well as any jukebox software I have used. Leviathan hits the nail on the head. The DRM mania and other proprietary, heavy-handed BS has encouraged me not to use SS.
  10. There are quite a few on eBay: http://electronics.search.ebay.com/squeeze...Z300QQsacatZ293 Also looks like Slim is running a sale where you get $100 off the second one. Nifty device and I notice it has Ogg Vorbis support (woot).
  11. I suppose that I have 30 or so. I buy a few off eBay. I am not a collector, so I don't pay more than the CD would cost.
  12. I got a battery and wall charger for $7.99 on eBay. The wall charger it pretty basic, but it works.
  13. Thanks I have seen those and that is my backup plan (actually the cheaper version). I am looking for the same ones that pre-recorded minidiscs come in. I suppose they are manufactured for SONY and not available retail. However, I figured if anyone would know, it would be the MDers here. Thanks.
  14. Just to be clear, a wireless hub should be sufficient. They may not be any cheaper, but I would check on eBay. Also, I doubt there is anything unique about the USB wireless adapater. If using a PCI or PCMCIA adapter would allow you to put it on a more convenient computer, there should be no reason you couldn't do that. Just make sure there are drivers. I imagine that you will have to be running at least Win 98SE to find drivers for an 802.11b card. Good luck.
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