how do I make my PC into a music centre?

  filthyphil 18:06 04 Jan 07
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I would like to put all my albums on my PC but i only have a small pair of speakers, I would like to turn it into a proper music center. any suggestions and also can i get wireless speakers for the house so i can listen anywhere? I'm sure there is someone out there who knows what i want to do.

  gudda96 18:55 04 Jan 07

filthyphil

I am not very experienced with music BUT I have ripped all my shop bought cd's using WMP 10 in the MP3 format for quality.

When you say small speakers, I dont think the physical size matters, I bought a pair in Staples last week for £16 but you can find some for £5.

The ones I bought have a an electric cable lead as they have a built in amplifier and one lead to plug into my laptop.

\if your pc is a desktop, I think most speakers would be ample depending how keen you are.

I can also plug my mp3 player into these speakers and it gives me all I need

  Totally-braindead 19:17 04 Jan 07

You can plug your PC into a hifi amplifier if you wish and use that for the speakers.

  wjrt 19:19 04 Jan 07

click here
listen anywhere within range and even the garden in summer

  sean-278262 19:25 04 Jan 07

Google for audiograbber and install it with the Lame encoder. That will give you the best quality of sound. WMP is pretty poor with ripping music.

  GANDALF <|:-)> 20:01 04 Jan 07

click here get these wireless speakers and you will not regret it.

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  Spark6 23:11 04 Jan 07

Interesting

  rodriguez 23:14 04 Jan 07

I've got mine plugged into the stereo - you just use the audio cable that comes with your speakers and plug it into the Line-in or AUX input on the amp. click here and click here - that's how I've got mine.

  johnnyrocker 00:03 05 Jan 07

i dont think the guy is really interested in the response as there is no replies whatever



johnny.

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