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Audio Lunchbox review

65p per track

Manufacturer: Audio Lunchbox

Our Rating: We rate this 3.5 out of 5 User Rating: Our users rate this 1 out of 10

Audio Lunchbox is an easy-to-explore music download site that offers a vast selection of indie-label albums from a variety of genres.

Audio Lunchbox is an easy-to-explore music download site that offers a vast selection of indie-label albums from a variety of genres.

Audio Lunchbox has everything from virtually unknown acts to big-name artists such as Tom Waits and The Game, all in MP3 format.

You can either sign up for one of its month-to-month subscription plans (these start at £6.80) or buy tracks à la carte (about 65p per track).

Audio Lunchbox offers 50 free downloads when you sign up for a subscription plan. Other bonuses include weekly editors' picks and top 10 lists.

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More than two million tracks are available at a quality of 192Kbps Variable BitRate (VBR; this means the bitrate changes during the file in order to save space where the maximum encoding level isn't required).

It's easy to find what you're looking for, too, with a search facility that specifies 32 genres and track and artist names.

Audio Lunchbox Expert Verdict »
Broadband internet connection
MP3 player
  • Overall: We give this item 7 of 10 overall

A good selection of tunes at a decent price, and they're easy to find too: we like Audio Lunchbox.

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