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  • Mmarsden
    • Jun 2024
    • 2

    Rip cds to laptop to usb to play on car audio

    I have about 400 cds I would like to put on USB drive to put in my car radio (Kenwood 705 just bought. ). Will this program achieve it as I want them to be flac files ? My cd player I bought on Amazon to plug into laptop
  • garym
    dBpoweramp Guru
    • Nov 2007
    • 5802

    #2
    Yes, you can rip your CDs to FLAC files and then copy those files to a USB drive, or any other location you choose.

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    • Mmarsden
      • Jun 2024
      • 2

      #3
      Is it easy I’m not computer wiz

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      • Spoon
        Administrator
        • Apr 2002
        • 44179

        #4
        You might be best to Rip to FLAC, then install

        ​​​​​https://dbpoweramp.com/tunefusion.htm

        Which can create the USB and update it as time moves on.
        Spoon
        www.dbpoweramp.com

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        • garym
          dBpoweramp Guru
          • Nov 2007
          • 5802

          #5
          Originally posted by Mmarsden
          Is it easy I’m not computer wiz
          yes relatively so. If you can follow easy instructions, people here can help greatly. There is no programing required. Just install the program, setup a few one time settings, and you're done. I knew nothing about this years ago, but have since ripped over 5,000 CDs and can now easily manage my digital library. And as suggested, TuneFusion is a great tool for creating temporary sets of files to use in my car, etc.

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          • Shack
            • Jun 2024
            • 7

            #6
            dBpoweramp is the easiest CD Ripper/converter/editor I found and I started originally with EAC. I'm now starting over with all my CD's (not that much).
            I'm also ripping from CD to FLAC and I'm using the following settings:
            • Ripping Method: Secure (Recovers Errors)
            • AccurateRip (Every checkmark selected)
            • FLAC Encoder Settings
              • Lossless Encoding: Level 8 (highest)
              • Verify Written Audio

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