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|04-15-2009, 03:37 AM||#1|
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RipNAS Essentials - Automated CD Ripping with WHS
Having a home server can bring obvious benefits, but what if it could do more than just sit there? If you're a music buff, then you may be interested in an audio CD ripping solution from Illustrate, called RipNAS. Pop in a disc, and minutes later it will be available for streaming. It couldn't be more simple, but is it worth the $45 asking price?
You can read Greg's full look at the software here and discuss it here!
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