View Full Version : Cnet Review DBpowerAmp GOLD

11-01-2003, 01:55 PM
With almost 3 million downloads on Cnet alone, can we get Cnet to review the Newest version of DBpowerAmp Music Converter?

I know they did a Download.com review and gave it a 4 out of 5. But can we request a review of the newest version when or before it comes out?

This freeware program converts music files among formats, though it seems to work best when ripping audio and data disks to your hard drive. After a quick installation, dBpowerAmp Music Converter launches a help file in your Internet browser. The program takes five seconds to rip a six-minute CD track. Of course, the program also performs the function in its name, converting music files. Remarkably, the application has no interface of its own. After launching, it just opens your PC browser and requests that you select a file for conversion. Then a small window asks you to choose between MP3 and WAV, which launches another little window for frequency, location, and other specifications. Once you fill out the details, the application starts working, taking the same five seconds as ripping. Despite some nonstandard features, the program might be one of the best, especially considering its speed.

11-01-2003, 02:38 PM
And then they should point out that there is no interface, because it is integrated to the OS - as far as a right-click on any music file in almost any file manger:)

11-02-2003, 07:07 AM
I will update it on download.com (and cnet), as soon as it goes out of beta - only a few weeks. Then they might review it, might not...