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    Mine is a 2.5"

    It holds a mighty load of 56 gigs of pure bangers. I'm aiming at having 120-160 gigs of electronic music. I've downloaded all this in the past two or three months.

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    Mines 3.5" but the sheath is a bit larger 'lacie big one' I think its called. It holds 1TB.

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    8 inches of pure, hard love baby

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    Ok..... What about selecting on quality, buying music and such. I mean not everything I have is bought. But DLing 60 gigs in 2-3 months is a total different course. GL

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    are we talking terabytes here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by djmilan View Post
    Ok..... What about selecting on quality, buying music and such. I mean not everything I have is bought. But DLing 60 gigs in 2-3 months is a total different course. GL
    Definitely but with all the music out there and how late to the scene I am, I feel like I'm playing Musical Catch Up. So I'm downloading everything, listening to it on my ipod. Making a mental note of what's hot and whats not and playing that. I definitely know what you are saying. But if I had a collection of what I only liked I'd also be missing out on the opportunity to play a certain venue. I love French House but if I didn't have as many electro bangers as I did I'm sure I wouldn't be able to get a College party bumpin. Besides, I have to learn to appreciate every kind of music to know when it's appropriate to play that kind.
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    I am working off a desktop PC w/ a 150GB WD Velociraptor primary drive. All of my music is stored on a 4TB server. It ain't portable, but its quick and big!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhombus_77 View Post
    I am working off a desktop PC w/ a 150GB WD Velociraptor primary drive. All of my music is stored on a 4TB server. It ain't portable, but its quick and big!
    NAS'n it up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxonemillionone View Post
    NAS'n it up?
    Windows Home Server. I originally built it to store my DVD rips and stream to my PS3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhombus_77 View Post
    Windows Home Server. I originally built it to store my DVD rips and stream to my PS3.
    Sick. How do you stream to a gig though? Is it hard? Do you need a static IP? I was doing the same thing for a while but I felt like waiting 3-5 seconds for a song to be loaded via WLAN was waay to long.

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