MP3s have deleted CD collections from homes across the world. Sure you can rip tracks into iTunes or the music management system of your choice. But often, the process is time consuming and cumbersome.
Meet Ripserver: A turnkey solution to rip and store your entire CD collection (to MP3s or FLAC), all on a device that requires no monitor, no keyboard and no user intelligence! Just insert a disc and the Linux-based device will convert your music, also saving any related metadata.
Available in white or black at storage limits of 500GB or 1TB, you’ll pay big dollars for all of this simplicity – approximately $1,200 to be exact.
Ripserver needs a single network point and provides USB connections for expandability and backup. Even with the steep price tag, I suddenly regret selling all those CDs on eBay.