Need Advice To Replace iTunes mp3 with FLAC 2018-08-17 21:39:59 So I'm FINALLY switching over to FLAC. Yes, I was brainwashed by Steve Jobs that convenience was more important than quality. I fell for it, and I actually own a full set of Bowers & Wilkins Signature 805's! I still drank the Kool-Aid. I finished re-ripping all of my old CD's to FLAC, and now I'm stuck with all this iTunes mp3 crap to replace. Full albums, so I paid full price for garbage quality. My question is, where is the best place to pick up used (I did already pay full price, after all) CD's that are consistently in good enough quality to get a good rip? Does anyone have experience with second spin or murfie. I just don't trust "unofficial" FLAC rip downloads. Pirate or not. And, I won't pay Tidal $18 each for music I already paid for. Don't let my speakers fool you. I make 1/10th of what I did back then. Any advice is appreciated. I hate having 20% of my music just not being up to par with the rest.Thanks.