thanx a bunch for your suggestions.
One thing I found really interesting was the foobar tool.
It shows that it’s possible to play mp3 without gap’s.
Well, my problem is the following:
I use CDDA Extractor to rip audio cd’s into mp3. It’s a good tool with a useful GUI and i works fine with cdtext,cddb and my Plextor 40x cd burner which I also use as cdrom for ripping.
My goal is to store all of my mp3 files on a special computer working as a music server. This server will be connected via wireless lan with my network. Then I will connect a music box which is capable to connect wireless to my network AND via SPDIF output to my a/v receiver to play my whole collection whereever I’m in my flat.
Recently I’ve bought a nice little box in the USA called cd3o (www.cd3o.com). Has good quality, wireless LAN and an interesting remote control with voice output to control all of the albums, tracks an so on.
BUT it cannot play without gaps… :-((
I thought that’s a rip problem. The gap is in the mp3 file.
But the I’ve listented the files with foobar. And there were no gaps zu hear.
So, it is possible to hear mp3 music without gaps.
Most of the guys I asked always answer my problem with :“This is a mp3 feature”.
Maybe it is, but there (must) be a way to avoid it while playing the music.
Is there any mp3 rip tool which can rip without gap’s on the market today?