iTunes DRM-Free Track Price Drop

"Apple has announced that they will now be offering their high quality DRM-free tracks for $0.99."

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Apple announced today that they will be expanding their iTunes Plus, DRM-free music, program to offer over two million tracks at a lowered price of $0.99.  The catalog of high quality 256 kbps AAC-encoded tracks available through the iTunes Plus program includes artists Sub Pop, Nettwerk, Beggars Group, IODA, The Orchard and many others, along with EMI’s digital catalog.

DRM-free means that these tracks do not have DRM (Digital Rights Management) protections on them like "normal" iTunes tracks, allowing users to play their purchased music with any media player and on any number of computers.

“iTunes Plus has been incredibly popular with our customers and now we’re making it available at an even more affordable price,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s vice president of iTunes. “We’re adding over two million tracks from key independent labels in addition to EMI’s digital catalog and look forward to even more labels and artists making their music available on iTunes Plus.”

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16-10-2007, 17:40:09

PV5150
we have some coming :)

17-10-2007, 06:43:33

Rastalovich

we have some coming :)



I like those words.

17-10-2007, 06:52:34

PV5150

I like those words.

:D I thought you might. Yes we have all three of the Ultra Kaze's coming as well as some other goodies from Scythe. They should be here early next week

17-10-2007, 08:17:55

Mullet
Will be very interested in hearing how these perform PV.

Keep us posted:wavey:

May throw 3 on my Rad.

17-10-2007, 08:25:08

PV5150
Aye, shall do!

17-10-2007, 08:29:44

Mullet
Cheers matey.

Would be really helpful if you were able to do direct comparisons between the 38mm (highpressure) versus the usual S-flex fans (like for like i.e. at a specific rpm rating). I'm using the S-flex 1200rpm versions on my rad at the moment. If I went for the ultra-kaze versions I'd have to bin my PA120.3 shroud...but if the ultras are good performers it may be worth the effort.
:)

17-10-2007, 08:52:41

PV5150
I'll see if I can get my hands on some S-flex's to make the comparison

17-10-2007, 10:45:47

Allargando
Awww...Scythe's US site doesn't have online ordering yet
I was really in the market for a good fan too...

18-10-2007, 05:05:53

PV5150

Cheers matey.

Would be really helpful if you were able to do direct comparisons between the 38mm (highpressure) versus the usual S-flex fans (like for like i.e. at a specific rpm rating). I'm using the S-flex 1200rpm versions on my rad at the moment. If I went for the ultra-kaze versions I'd have to bin my PA120.3 shroud...but if the ultras are good performers it may be worth the effort.
:)

Just a heads-up. I have some 800, 1200 and 1600 RPM S-Flex's on their way too :)

18-10-2007, 07:33:20

Mullet
Awesome PV...can't beat some like for like comparisons (rpm).....am very interested in seeing how these perform.

Cheers
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