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    Newbie arv1980's Avatar
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    mp3 software without any playlist

    Hi,

    I want a mp3 software which doesnot develops a playlist, searches for mp3 on its own and plays it. what i want to do is i want to make mp3 player only by connecting cdrom to power supply and speakers. nothing else no hard disk, keyboard, mouse.. nothing.. only cdrom and power supply. and the program should work directly from cdrom. if i press play it plays song, next track for next song etc. please someone help me.

    Thank you

    arv
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    Raw Wave Rob Withey's Avatar
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    You'll need a motherboard, processor, and memory to run the software. Cdrom drives don't have that capability by their own.


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    how does an audio cd works then only on powersupply and cdrom and speakers.
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    Raw Wave Rob Withey's Avatar
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    Hey, if you wanna take it that way, get yourself a guitar. Look, no powersupply. :-)

    MP3s are encoded, they take processor power to decode (or special chip, but if you go that route, you are in a minority).
    Audio CDs are essentially streaming - you don't need to store much to process them since they just read in the audio data and spit it out the other end.
    Playlists take memory to store.


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    It would be easier to buy an mp3 cd player. I don't think its possible to play mp3s the way you are proposing!

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    If you are wanting to go that way, why not simply buy a mp3 cd player or simply buy a head unit with mp3 capability?
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    Originally posted by rocky
    It would be easier to buy an mp3 cd player. I don't think its possible to play mp3s the way you are proposing!
    Problem solved, best recommendation yet.

    They run pretty cheap also, and very easy to install.

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    I can't believe I'm even replying to this post

    Here

    http://www.crutchfield.com/S-UFJOiSI...st=&search=mp3

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