>ken ross wrote: ><CUT!! >>ves ( as it were ) so this device >> converts the one to the other , (it's a simple circuit and I'll xerox it >> for anyone who sends me their snail mail addy . ) >From: "Ramses v. Pinxteren" <email@example.com> >Perhaps a better Idea? Why don't you scan it into the computer, and put >it at ftp.funet.fi? if only i had the funds to buy a scanner for my mac :-< >On Sat, 23 Oct 1999, ken ross wrote: >> I'm not sure how it's proposed to select the item from the CD but I've been >> looking at audio CD players and the track selection process will only go up >> to track 99 . >From: Marko Mäkelä <firstname.lastname@example.org> I think I mentioned it in one message, or at least I was thinking about it >while writing those messages. :-) Each CD track would begin with a >fastloader, loadable with the LOAD command. The fastloader would display >a menu of all titles on that CD track, with the minute and second count at >which the title starts. Then one could use the fast-forward button on the >CD player to position the stream at the desired title. The menu could >perhaps be stored in the fast format, and it would be automatically >generated by the PRG->CD audio track conversion program. I've been looking at CD players and sad to say it seems most of them only have track number selection on them , some have jump forward/ backward within the track but no timing options . >BTW, 30 pounds is a bit much for such a simple piece of hardware. But >it's not a surprise, if it is the same company (CS&E) that actively >participated in a flame war in comp.sys.cbm some weeks ago. the 30pounds that they CS&E chap mentioned was for a datasette that had been adapted somehow to interface with a cd player and in those days i hadn't come across them much so i didn't chase it up any further as to how it was actually done . email@example.com http://members.tripod.com/~petlibrary/ http://www.icpug.org.uk - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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