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Where do you guys get your lossless audio (wav, aiff, flac) files from? 


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All I run in my truck is downloaded music videos ... well, except for Sound Quality reference music, those are on CD.


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I use simple “windows media” on my laptop to convert cds to work on my flash drive. In all honesty, music files are only as good as it’s Source Unit.


Kenwood / HELIX / Linear Power (For The Love Of Music) / Brutal Sounds / OverKill Electric Co 

Questions About Sound Quality ?? Try Here ... Sound Quality, What does it REALLY mean ?? 

SMD SOTM Winner "White Lightning" 1997 GMT400 Chevy Silverado   

"The Green Dickle" 1994 GMT400 Chevy "Phantom Dually"   

Randal's 2007 Chevy Avalanche (we haven't named this one yet)

Dylan's "Brutal" 17 Chevy Cruze RS Hatch                         

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15 hours ago, ToNasty said:

I use hdtracks.com

I was checking that out but seems costly to get a music collection going 😐

 

7 hours ago, White Lightning said:

I use simple “windows media” on my laptop to convert cds to work on my flash drive. In all honesty, music files are only as good as it’s Source Unit.

Can't say that enough! 

 

 

 

I was really thinking of downloading torrents or however the lingo goes... I've done it back in high school with movies & such, that is til I got a letter from universal studios about copywriting. Should've had a VPN I guess 


Vehicle: 2002 Ford Escape

Electrical: 275A Singer, Northstar AGM220 & NSB-AGM31M

Head Unit: Apple iPad Hi-Res Passthrough

Speakers: {ACTIVE} - (4) JBL 660GTI 6.5", (2) JBL 660GTI Tweets

Sub Stage: (2) Fi IB318 v2 18" 

Amplifiers: ARC Audio - (3)2300SE, (2)4200SE

Processing: Helix DSP Pro W/ Dash Mounted Director 

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12 hours ago, BrokeAudioFiend said:

I'm also curious.  I mainly use tidal or cds

I've had tidal premium for a while now, love it.. but even with my "beyond unlimited" Verizon plan, I'll hit my 15G data cap 1/2 way through the month (I use my hotspot to use an iPad as my source)... Then it slows and the HiFi files won't stream with that speed


Vehicle: 2002 Ford Escape

Electrical: 275A Singer, Northstar AGM220 & NSB-AGM31M

Head Unit: Apple iPad Hi-Res Passthrough

Speakers: {ACTIVE} - (4) JBL 660GTI 6.5", (2) JBL 660GTI Tweets

Sub Stage: (2) Fi IB318 v2 18" 

Amplifiers: ARC Audio - (3)2300SE, (2)4200SE

Processing: Helix DSP Pro W/ Dash Mounted Director 

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