tripitz: that is one sweet head unit [img]
5.gif[/img]. I checked it out recently at a local electronics store. Does it have any problems or design flaws? I have a JVC KD-SH99 mp3 head unit. It and the Alpine CDA-7878 were the best mp3/CD units on the market so far. My unit has a few design flaws though. Here comes a challenger
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by tirpitz:
I have 1 CD with EVERY Led Zeppelin song on it (The 10 disk box set), even Coda
I only have the first four [img]
7.gif[/img]. On the other hand I have almost all of Pink Floyd on another CD [img]smile.gif[/img]
71fleetside, mp3 can sound as good as you want them to. Theoretically, even better than CDs. It depends on how well you encode them. Most people will not hear a difference between a CD and an mp3 encoded at 190 kbps or above. I'm fine with 128 kbps. The biggest problem with mp3s is the delay between tracks, which occurs due to the time it takes to decode the first few bytes. My head unit makes a ~3 second delay between track. My home puter, with 1GHz processor, Win2k, and WinAmp, makes a tiny fraction of a second delay, but it's still audible when the sound is supposed to be continuous, such as in concept albums, trance mixes, and live concerts. tripitz, how does your head unit perform?