recently was able to rip a few higher quality (larger flac format musics files – 96000hz) into music library. any ways out there to play them via sonos? right now get unsupported code error on these…….
Tip: Make your CDs Sonos-friendly
Sonos offers you the ability to stream music from countless Internet radio sources and online music services, and we can certainly understand why many of you prefer to do just that. Still, there’s something indescribably satisfying about playing tunes from your own, hand-cured music selection. Plus, those who have more eclectic listening tastes may not be fully satisfied with the offerings on the web, and ripping CDs lets you select the highest possible quality for your digital files.
One way or another, if you’ve amassed an impressive collection of CDs over the years, we want Sonos to be your medium for enjoying those. Below, you’ll find links to four simple, step-by-step tutorials to guide you through the process of ripping albums to your computer. Choose the tutorial that best suits your set-up based on your operating system and software.
- Ripping CDs using Windows Media Player
- Ripping CDs using iTunes for Windows
- Ripping CDs using iTunes for Mac
- Ripping CDs using Max for Mac
5 Responses to “Tip: Make your CDs Sonos-friendly”
HI Glen – Unfortunately, Sonos doesn’t support 96,000hz. Going forward, we recommend you rip to 42,000hz for FLAC. You will then be able to play your music.
article mentions 300bit rate I am running a peachtree dac and some totem speakers need to reripp all my old cd’s as lots at 128K was thinking I would go through to apple lossless would it be worth it?
Why doesn’t Sonos support 96,000Hz?!
I’ve ripped a CD into iTunes using Tip: Make your CDs Sonos-friendly but my Sonos player does not pick these up in the music library or iPad contoller. Any suggestions.