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I've been looking for places to buy music in FLAC or other lossless formats when I stumbled upon this place.

http://www.allflac.com/?n=1

My question is whether anyone knows if this place is legit and safe. The prices for a whole album seem way too low.

Thoughts?
     
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post #2 of 17
Does not appear so, as you can not find any company information on that site, and the prices are too low to be realistic.
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post #3 of 17
buy CDs and rip them yourself bruh.
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post #4 of 17
No way thats legit.
As cuad said. Buy CDs and rip them yourself. Its more work and more expensive than just DLing them, but its really the only way to get good quality FLAC music.
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post #5 of 17
They only take credit card and not paypal.

I wouldn't give Russian illegal websites my Credit card.

Quite honestly this is the music industry's flaw again not changing with the times and wonder why itunes is getting stagnant. I guess when your not use to competing with free and unwilling to change blah blah blah.

Anyways

allflac.com is a domain controlled by two nameservers at allflac.com themselves. Two nameservers have the same IP number. allflac.com has one IP number , but the reverse is air099.startdedicated.com. www.allflac.com cnames to this hostname. psp-shop.com, kicks-buy.com, own-shoes.com, own-shoes.net, kicks-buy.net and at least 95 other hosts point to the same IP. watches-buy.com, true-shopping.com, footwear-mall.com, discounts-mall.com, brand-discount.com and at least one other host share nameservers with this domain. www.allflac.com, ns2.allflac.com and ns1.allflac.com are subdomains to this hostname. allflac.com is ranked #491320 world wide and is hosted on a server in United States. Trustworthiness, vendor reliability, privacy and child safety of this site is very poor. (more on reputation).

http://www.robtex.com/dns/allflac.com.html#domain
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Thanks guys. I really hate that it's not. Why is the industry so stuck in the Middle Ages?

Anyone know of places that actually are with access to something besides indie labels and artists?
     
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Thanks guys. I really hate that it's not. Why is the industry so stuck in the Middle Ages?

Anyone know of places that actually are with access to something besides indie labels and artists?
People always blame the industry. Blame the consumer. Businesses pander to who buys from them. If people dont want high quality sound it wont be produced.
Right now there just isnt a market for it. Or, at the very least its not big enough to warrant a change. Major labels dont care about FLAC or lossless because their customers dont care. Until the average drooling moron starts wanting better sound quality and is willing to buy better speakers, we shouldn't expect a change.
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People always blame the industry. Blame the consumer. Businesses pander to who buys from them. If people dont want high quality sound it wont be produced.
Right now there just isnt a market for it. Or, at the very least its not big enough to warrant a change. Major labels dont care about FLAC or lossless because their customers dont care. Until the average drooling moron starts wanting better sound quality and is willing to buy better speakers, we shouldn't expect a change.
^ I agree with this wholeheartedly. FLAC is just not mainstream. I mean sure it compresses way better than .WAV files, but MP3s really stole the show.

Not not too many people out there are willing to wait an hour for their songs to download and commit 400MB of HD space for an album.

And those with low-mid end sound equipment, they would be hard pressed to tell the difference between a FLAC track and a 256 kbps MP3 file.

So why get FLAC when their sound equipment can't take advantage of it? For example, iPod's as far as I know, dont even take FLAC. It only takes lossy formats.
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People always blame the industry. Blame the consumer. Businesses pander to who buys from them. If people dont want high quality sound it wont be produced.
Right now there just isnt a market for it. Or, at the very least its not big enough to warrant a change. Major labels dont care about FLAC or lossless because their customers dont care. Until the average drooling moron starts wanting better sound quality and is willing to buy better speakers, we shouldn't expect a change.
Well, I don't have better speakers but I can mostly tell the difference. But you have me wondering; why does it seem like to the "audiophiles" that better speakers supersede a high quality source? Or is it an understood thing that you should have the higher quality source first and then the speakers?

Maybe my economics classes have it wrong but I thought that it's not demand that creates a market. It's supply. And I do blame the industry because it would cost them little to make another format available. However, they have done such a good job brainwashing people that they convince people that more (lossy formats MP3/etc) is better than quality (FLAC/etc).

I find it funny though that they're unwilling to support high quality audio formats and yet they're all behind this HD/3D craze. I guess if someone made an iPod competitor that natively played flac with a good battery life they'd get behind it then.
     
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iPod's as far as I know, dont even take FLAC. It only takes lossy formats.
iPods take ALAC (Apple Lossless) natively. However it's very much a point of 'giving up far too much for so little gain' putting lossless on a portable setup.
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