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Posted By: Steve Assante
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Joined Date: May 12, 2012
Sounds like this offer might be worth mentioning over on the 'Computer Audiophile' & 'Audio Asylum' websites.

As far a physical media is concerned I think 'memory sticks' are the wave of the future.

I'm not really a computer audiophile, but I do seem to prefer 'discless' digital playback...
Posted : May 13, 2012
Posted By: Channel Classics
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Joined Date: Apr 19, 2012
To copy from our master files is the easy part. But If there are those that would prefer a usb stick being sent, we would have to look into the costs of the stick, plus shipping. Can this be done at the same price as the download? Of course if we buy in a good number of sticks, we bring the cost down, but how many really would like to have the files to make it worth the investment... happy to do it though if there is enough support.
Posted : May 13, 2012
Posted By: ANDREW TILLEY
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Joined Date: May 13, 2012
I think there is one site that offers music downloads on memory sticks already and it does sound ideal. On further reflection, however, downloading and then burning a back-up on a DVD disc seems to me much easier to store in the long run than a lot USB sticks. I can see a problem in cataloguing ones back-up music on sticks also. I have not done a great deal of downloading yet but so far I have had no problems with any that I have done.

It would be good to hear what other audiophiles have to say on this matter.

Posted : May 13, 2012
Posted By: Steve Assante
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Joined Date: May 12, 2012
If we are talking about USB "memory sticks" I would absolutely prefer them. I have an Auraliti PK100 digital music file player on the way. This is a standalone player whose only function is to play back digital files through it's USB inputs (USB drive or "sticks")

I always seem to occasionally download at least 1 minor glitch on my downloads. Theoretically, music pre loaded memory sticks have a much greater chance of being
technically flawless in my opinion.
Posted : May 12, 2012
Posted By: Tomasz Kirmuc
Total Posts: 1
Joined Date: May 1, 2012
It depends what memory stick it would be. But idea of having "hard copy" of purchased files sound interesting.
Posted : May 1, 2012

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