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In Reply to: RE: Seagate now offers posted by AbeCollins on July 16, 2017 at 12:09:20
Not sure what I do but what do you want me to do? Ask the owner for a receipt that he downloaded the music legally and paid for it?
And if he did? Do I have to investigate if he didn't make copies?
If you buy a record collection do you ask for receipts?
This is another aspect of the PC audio . Your music library isn't even worth the cost of the storage device...
As far as the format goes most of the files are FLAC.
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No, I totally understand the concern and I'm having my doubts too, but it is offered from a legit source, not some shady character and I'm not getting it for free.(If I decide to buy it). Most of the stuff on the disc as far as I could see I would never pay to have , nor would even want to have a free physical copy of it. Since I value PC audio as much as a jukebox (for good or wrong reasons) and the device will have a function of a Jukebox than it is good enough for who it is for, and that's all there is to it.
Hey, it was a just a thought. How you acquire your music collection is your business.
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