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Ripfactory Ripserver CD-ripping NAS box

Rips your CDs then serves the songs

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ChannelFlip Video Review This little beauty takes your CDs, rips them to its 1TB NAS storage then pumps them out to all your network devices. Nifty - but is it worth the cash?

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Ripfactory Ripserver CD-ripping NAS box

Expensive but simple, elegant, well designed and nicely cross-platform.
Price: £599 (500GB) £699 (1TB) RRP

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