Download and install the free Audacity audio editor for your operating system Download and install the FFMPEG plugin, a library to import and export various media formats such as M4A, WMA and MP4. Audio recording steps (that do the job
a digest of radio stations on my SONOS speakers Jazz La Jazz (France Musique) Jazz FM Spain TSF Jazz Jazz FM Radio Disco Radio Nula GENERATION SOUL DISCO FUNK Popular RTBF Classic 21 BBC Radio 6 FIP Klara Continuo more
Audio Pro Addon C10 speaker (80 Watt, Multiroom, Stereo, Airplay, WLAN, Bluetooth, Music Apps (Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, TuneIn Internetradio).Superb sound for parties. Line-in for direct input from PC or sound mixers. Amplifier: 80W Digital class D – Range: 45 –
Four full-range woofers and one tweeter create a crisp and clear dialogue with faithful playback of mid-range vocal frequencies plus deep, rich bass. Five Class-D digital amplifiers perfectly tuned to match the speaker drivers and acoustic architecture. One 10/100 Mbps
Sonos One One mid-woofer and one tweeter ensures you’ll hear the faithful playback of mid-range vocal frequencies plus deep, rich bass. Two Class-D digital amplifiers perfectly tuned to match the speaker drivers and acoustic architecture. One 10/100 Mbps Ethernet port.
Radio streaming URLs are used by audio streamers and may change over time. Logitech’s Squeezebox and SONOS support the TuneIn app which offers a wide choice of radio stations. MP3 is the most common and most compatible audio format but
Spotify Spotify offers streaming music and holds a vast choice of popular music. You can download Spotify for free and then log onto their service enabling the on-demand streaming of music. While the use of a facebook account is suggested,
SONOS CONNECT:AMP AMPLIFIER Class-D. Rated output 110W RMS (2x55W) 2-port switch (10/100Mbps, auto MDI/MDIX) AUDIO STREAMER supports MP3, WMA Internet radio streams and iTunes libraries (Apple Protected audio files are not supported). For help on radio streams read my post on streaming URLs.
Audacity with RealTek Audiomixer Using Audacity with RealTek Audiomixer on Windows Vista may need some tweaking. Check in the system tray, the Audiomixer settings: right-click on the speaker icon in the system tray and select volume control right-click on
Recording with Audacity (version 1.2.6) Retrieving the files: Audacity is a freeware application that allows to record any audio played on your pc. Download the application from the project site. By default, the records can be saved in ‘wav’ format.
Iomega ScreenPlay Pro Features: The ScreenPlay Pro supports the following video codecs: MPEG-1, MPEG-2 (HL/ML), .MPEG-4 (part 2), ASP, DivX (3.11, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, HD), Xvid, MP4. AVI, MOV, MKV, VOB, and ISO are container formats. Specifically, AVI, MOV and
my iPod peripherals – headphones Here is a list of headphones that I use or have used with my iPod classic, iPod nano (4th generation) and iPod shuffle (2nd generation): Sennheiser PXC250 Shure E2c these in-ear headphones need flexible
iTrip Auto support Looking for the right frequency? check these sites: Radio in Vlaanderen (list of FM frequencies in Flanders) Radiovisie lists all radio station frequencies in Belgium iTrip Auto Support FAQ Changing the iTrip Auto to International mode (frequencies
my Audio tools Tools that I use for my audio files: iTunes Art importer (freeware to import Artwork from Amazone.com) iTunes Sync (freeware to export files from iTunes to MP3 Players) Exact Audio Copy (freeware to grab audio from CD-ROMs)