My comment is not directly related to listening to music stored in the
cloud, but I think is is closely related enough to insert it into this
thread. I know that this question emphasizes how embarrassingly ignorant
regarding tech matters I am, but I'll ask it anyway.
Since a computer is not my preferred listening medium, I have always wanted
to play music (ripped CDs, digitized tapes and black discs, assorted files
from even more assorted sources) that I have stored on my computer or
connected HDs on my audio (hi-fi, stereo, whatever you want to call it
nowadays) setup using my wi-fi router. This must be really simple, no?
Is there some device that that I could attach to the appropriate equipment
that could transmit either directly from my computer or through my wi-fi to
my audio? It seems that the direct method makes the most sense and would be
preferable, but, as I said, I know so very little, so any suggestion would
be received with interest and gratitude.
On Tue, Jul 1, 2014 at 2:04 PM, Lou Judson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Links come thru better and clickable with brackets or carets:
> Notice how they don't mention MP3 quality. Any laptop can do the same
> Lou Judson
> Intuitive Audio
> On Jul 1, 2014, at 6:45 AM, Steve Ramm wrote:
> _Gramofon Turns Stereo Equipment Into Cloud Music Player - Businessweek_
> Steve Ramm