Ripping music with Vault

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    Wesley P.

    Hello Davide,

    When a CD is ripped to the Vault, it will be stored internally in the Vault's hard drive. If you would like to transfer the contents of the Vault to another location, you will first need to access the Vault's internal storage using the steps provided in the article below.

    https://support1.bluesound.com/hc/en-us/articles/200387457-Accessing-the-Bluesound-Vault-s-Internal-Storage-From-a-Computer

    Once you have access to your Vault, you can transfer your ripped library to your computer and give iTunes access to these albums.

    As for the format, iTunes will be able to play any of the formats the Vault rips, however, I would suggest leaving your ripped content in FLAC to ensure the best possible quality.

    Regards,
    Wesley P.

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    davide alessio

    itunes can play flac??

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    Wesley P.

    Hello Davide,

    After a quick search of what formats are supported by iTunes, it appears that FLAC is not currently supported. There are many useful online guides on how to work around this with FLAC content, but with that being said, it may be best to rip these albums as WAV files to ensure they are natively compatible with iTunes.

    Regards,
    Wesley P

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