Originally Posted by parkrats
Usually I listen to music through my 2 channel Logitech system with a 200 watt sub most of the time. They're cheaper now than when I got it but it's a damn good system for $150.
Just checked and I thought I had more, but the only FLACs I have are Jimi Hendrix Experience, Graham Bond Organizations 'The Sound of '65' album which is quite the gem, and Russian Circles 'Empros' and the songs are ~50 MB each on that one.
I would be more willing download FLAC files if I wasn't limited to my 120 GB SSD in my MBA but I couldn't afford to increase the size of my music files like that. I should probably set it up to where my library runs from my external HD like I used to have it on my Dell so I don't have to worry about it anymore, going to do that today now actually.
FLAC files are such great quality though. First album I ever heard on Flac was One Day as A lion's album (Has Zack De La Rocha from Rage Against, and some dude from NIN in it). Anyways, the bad thing about FLACs is that most mp3 players (iPods n ****) don't support em, but I read about a new(er) mp3 player today in a magazine while at the doctors office, that supports FLAC and other loss-less formats. They are apparently the audiophile version of an MP3 player. Not too pricey other, I'll try and look for a link and post it.
This guy: http://www.reghardware.com/2012/02/0...cket_hi_fi_c4/
I don't know how good the thing is, just something I read. I got out of my audiophile days about a year ago, but it may be a worthwhile buy.