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Black lift-top box (3.59"Wx3.59"Dx2.87"H)
Green Aluminum Apple (50mm wide x 48.5mm high)
16GB USB stick housed in a green aluminum apple
Contains full contents of The Beatles' stereo box set
*Please Please Me
*With The Beatles
*Hard Day's Night
*Beatles For Sale
*Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
*Magical Mystery Tour
*The Beatles (White Album)
*Let It Be
*Past Masters I & II
*All stereo songs in FLAC (44.1khz) and in DRM-free MP3 (320kpbs) with a one-click 'Export To Media Player' function
*13 mini-documentaries in MPEG4 video format
*Custom-designed FLASH player menu system with full booklet artwork, album cover wallpapers and photo gallery
If you like music or The Beatles, buy this.
The included FLAC files, along with the album art and all the short mini documentaries that come with the CD versions of the stereo remasters are all included.
The sound is incredible and I've heard new sounds in songs that I've listened to hundreds or thousands of times before.
What was once old is again new. What can I say? Well, ask anyone who knows me what I'm saying is you haven't heard the Beatles until you've heard this. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Zzyzx Oh
Beware of inferior/counterfeit version. The first purchase from "American Media Soft" had a problem with some of the flac recordings that show up as missing sound. Read morePublished 6 days ago by rdanis
Cool Beatles item. To be honest though, not sure I can really hear a difference between this and the cd releases.Published 10 days ago by nowhereman
I was taken by surprise by the FLAC files. You'll hear stuff that you never heard before!!! I'm sorry that I waited so long before buying it. Enough said :)Published 1 month ago by Gary D.
This is a terrific item for any Beatles fan. I have the CD set, the remastered vinyl box set, and this format through the right converters and speakers is as good as it gets.Published 2 months ago by Donald Remley jr
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|Cold Apple + Stem Broke||
ya, my stem fell off too !!!
Dec 10, 2009 by J. Pendris | See all 27 posts
|How do you import the FLAC files into itunes?||
I used dbpoweramp to convert the Flac files to Apple lossless files and the file properties show that is still 24 bit & iTunes shows the same 24 bit spec too.
Jan 28, 2011 by DGS | See all 3 posts
|What is this?||
The 16GB USB's audio contents will be provided in FLAC 44.1 Khz 24 bit and MP3 320 Kbps formats, fully compatible with PC and Mac.
It, also, has all of the artwork and, I think, may have the booklets from the stereo box.
It is basically the stereo box in USB form.
Nov 4, 2009 by Dlokazip | See all 65 posts
FLAC is just a particular compression method, but it is lossless compression. If your computer has line out, then you can still realize the benefits depending on the quality of your computer's audio components. There are dedicated high quality music servers, like Olive, that are sure to output a... Read More
Dec 14, 2009 by Phredd | See all 40 posts
|sold out...ever coming back???||
not necessarily. Amazon got more, that doesn't mean that they produced more. As it stands now, the 30,000 limit is correct. Unless they announce that they made more. But they haven't.
Dec 8, 2009 by Mark Twain | See all 99 posts
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