About Audiophile Music Site
We offers music lovers the highest-quality downloads available anywhere on the web. When you purchase an Audiophilemusic file, it is the same quality as a store-purchased CD. Audiophile Music is the only site to offer full cover.
DRM stands for Digital Rights Management, DRM locks you into a certain hardware brand for the life of the music file. Audiophile Music files are not DRM-encrypted, so you can play on any portable player system.
WAV is also an uncompressed studio-quality file, compatible with different players like Windows Media Player and Winamp. WAV, however, does not contain metadata like album art or artist information. FLAC is studio-quality lossless digital-audio format. This means that it does not lose data like other types of compressed audio files. Lossless compression still retains low-level resolution of a standard CD. The advantage of FLAC is that it takes up less room on your computer than an AIFF or WAV. DSD (Direct Steam Digital) is a 1 bit over-sampled pulse density modulation format used to record music. SACD audio is stored in Direct Stream Digital (DSD) format. SACD-ISO is ripped from the SACD disc.
Nothing. Your e-mail address is stored in our database and only used to contact you to confirm the purchases you have made at Audiophile Music.
Select the my account in the Shop menu. Then, select “forgot password” and enter your email address. Within a few minutes you will receive an email with a reset link. If you do not receive the reset link, please email and we will be able to provide you with one.
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Ordering Your Music
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We accepts Visa, American Express, Mastercard and PayPal.
It is USA Dollar
The price shown on the site is the full amount you must pay
You can download your purchases from a few places: The download page to which you’re directed after finishing the checkout process. The links we email to you at the time of sale.
All albums, you will receive a 44.1kHz / 16bit Flac file, in addition, you will receive the highest format of the album (flac 88/24, 96/24, 197/24, 192/24, DSD 128 , 256 and SACD-iso file of disc SACD) depending on the quality of the album being released. See “FORMAT” at the bottom of the product information page.
Your previous order shows your entire purchase history. Of course you must create an account and log in to see and download them again.
Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t allow direct downloading of music to iOS devices like iPhones or iPads. If you want your music in your native Music app, what you can do instead is download your music to a computer (there any format is fine) and then sync to your device.
Download the .rar file Audiophile music. In your Downloads folder, tap on the .rar file to open it. If it won’t open, download an app like File Manager or something similar. Unrar the file to your Downloads folder, and then move the unrar music to the Music folder in your phone’s file system. Open Play Music and listen to your tunes.
When you download an album from Audiophile Music, it arrives on your computer in a compressed format called rar. Before you can add the music to your library and listen to it, you’ll need to decompress, or “unrar” it. Doing so is very easy: If you’re on a Mac, you need the software: The Unarchiver. If you’re on a PC, you need the software: Winrar. Right-click the file and choose Extract here... You’re also done. If you’re on an Android device, you may need to download a third party app. If you can't unrar download files, please use the latest version of software
You will need a media player that is compatible with both the FLAC format and 88/24 or 96/24 resolution files. We suggest a media player such as MediaMonkey, Foobar2000 (PC), Songbird (Mac/PC), or JRiver. In addition, you will also need a D/A converter that supports 88/24, 96/24, 176/24, or 192/24 audio.
You can connect your computer directly to your home stereo just like you would a CD player.
There are several music playback software and hardware options available such as Foobar 2000, Amarra, Korg Audiogate, Jriver, Audirvana, Pure Music, and many others.
Itunes is not compatible with Flac, DSD audio. Audiophile Music only has flac and DSD format so to import music and itunes you need to convert it to a format that Itune supports. See conversion details on our blog. After Convert, from the iTunes "File" menu select, "Add Folder to Library". Find your "audiophilemusic" folder. Select the folder you want to add and then click on "OK".