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    Ashampoo CD 2 iPod 1.0 Review and Download

    Ashampoo CD 2 iPod is your personal control center for extracting audio files from CD and transmiting them to your iPod! In the great tradition of Ashampoo software, this multimedia application is really easy to use! - Extract audio files from AudioCDs - Convert your files to the *.m4a format so that all of them can be played by your iPod - Send the converted files to your iPod without any plugins - The music tracks are adapted when they are sent to your iPod so that all of them have the same volume (normalization). Ashampoo CD 2 iPod is smart and easy to use. It automatically takes care of all the complicated settings of audio encoding and allows the user to focus on what he/she actually wants to do. To send the music to your iPod it does not matter if you connect it through your USB port or firewire interface.


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    Version 1.0 Changelog (Updated on October 7, 2005)

    First official release

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