Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Time split, long time recording and free music
Re: Time split, long time recording and free music
From: planet77 <planet77_at_gmx.net>
Date: Mon, 10 Nov 2003 20:03:28 +0100
For people in germany and austria there is musicchoice which you can receive
via premiere (paytv) there are many different music genres all only music,
no talking and all in digital quality. There is a website too where all
songs are listed. For example you can record from 5 am to 5 pm and then look
in the list and cut the songs and give them their 'real' names.
I have a problem recording it, my box for watching (hearing) the channels
has an optical digital out and if I connect it to my archos 20 recorder I
don't have a signal. If I connect it to my 5.1 receiver the reciever has the
signal, and there is the same if I connect archos to the digital output from
my receiver I have no signal. So I could only record analog until now, but
it is very good quality,too. I am not sure if I would hear a difference if
it would be digital. (I am listening mostly to classic rock and 70s and 80s
Does anyone know why I don't get a digital signal into my archos? Has it
something to do with the musical rights?
Have a nice day
----- Original Message -----
From: "Martin Borus" <martin_at_borus.de>
Sent: Monday, November 10, 2003 8:45 AM
Subject: Time split, long time recording and free music
> as promised some results from the time split/long time recording tests.
> My long time recording passed the 100th hour this weekend.
> I decided to leave it running until tuesday evening to complete
> a full week. Results will be posted on wednesday.
> I've also did some test with 5min splits. There was nothing wrong with
> the cut-points on those and the playback in the jukebox was perfect -
> you could not hear any cut points.
> All recordings were done using a line in source.
> I'll check the digital source recording later in the week.
> There's a good opportunity for long digital recordings now:
> Until December 14th the satellite music service XTRA MUSIC has 16 themed
> channels of digital non-stop-music for free.
> XTRA is on Astra and if you can connect your jukebox to a satellite
> digitally then you can collect a couple of gigabytes of high quality
> music during the next 4 weeks. XTRA had a free month last year as well and
> that time I had several long time recording crashes.
> I bet it will not happen this year...
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Received on 2003-11-10