I have a small MP3 player that uses flash drives, a 2gb flash drive will hold a lot of music takes about 7~8 hours to play them all. I load it up and play, when I get tired of the songs I reload the flash drive with new ones. Cost would be under $100 for this. john
I have a sizeable music collection which I an im the process of ripping to mp3 files. Depending on the ripping technique used and bitrate chosen, this will wind up about 200 GB or so. My intent is to have this audio archive be on a large USB 2.0 drive.
I would like to listen to my music while out in my woodworking studio. It would be ideal if there were audio gear that I could plug the USB drive into and could then access and play its content. A small bookshelf system say (not a portable MP3 player - as nothing exists that can hold 200+ GB), AM/FM, and USB in. Thus far in my research I not run across any audio component that has this capability. Does such gear exist?
If not what options exist? Again, all I am after is to have playback access to my music archive from a remote location.