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Author Topic: How to read high volume of disc's??  (Read 5836 times)
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dazsut
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« on: July 08, 2009, 01:03:27 PM »

hi all, looking for some help / suggestions....

Recently lost all my digital copies of my cd collection music from a crashed HDD, instead of spending the next month endlessly burning / downloading my collection back on, does any one have any suggestions on how to copy onto my harddrive (external mass storage HDD) 300-400 cd's of music from private cd collection so i can use for iTunes, MP3 etc.?

I am womdering if there is a machine or drive or reader that does CD reading of data on mass / high volume - say 10 or 15 at time?? anyone know of such a thing or company maybe that offers this service?

lok forward to your feedback....

cheers.
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shoarthing
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« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2009, 07:04:37 AM »

Hi - there are quite a few self-contained rippers - here. for instance, is a nice ultra-quiet one (http://www.ripnas.eu/) . .  here's another (http://randomlyaccessed.wordpress.com/2008/02/06/brennan-jp7-digi-jukebox/).

Search-terms you might feed into google could be: "jukebox" "standalone" "cd-ripper"

 . .  FWIW, there is/was an Aussie-based project called "Pyglet (http://www.audiojunkies.com/blog/802/pyglet-computerless-cd-ripper)" - might be worth chasing up the developers.
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« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2009, 12:17:55 AM »

An alternative would be to find a ripping program that you can run more than one instance of and connect as many CD/DVDs to your comp as possible.  As an experiment I have recently ripped 6 DVDs to ISO, on my HD, using cloneDVD, 2 IDE DVD writers and 4 Sata DVD writers.  The system was AMD 5200, 2x2G memory and winXPx64.  It took about 25mins to do all 6
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