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Hi!
The policy of companies that sell DRM'ed content seems to make the customers suffer! I'm iTunes subscriber and taking iTunes audio to the car audio (mp3 player, cell phone etc.) is absolutely impossible for me! :(((
How do u deel with this?
I've seen the guide and several progs.
Have u chosen anything to strip audio files? (an easy way)

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I know it isn't exactly what you had in mind, but you CAN use your MP3 player in the car quite easily.

I'm not sure where you are, but:

http://www.itripstore.co.uk/category/351/Creative_FM_Transmitters.htm?gclid=COXV3avHg4gCFSByQgodh0B-Fw

These have been around in the US for years. I use the Audiax, having tried a homemade stereo FM transmitter and the Belkin Tunecast II. The Audiax is superb.

Incidentally, I'm not 100% certain what Apple's DRM in iTunes tracks has got to do with Microsoft.

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You can record drm music/video by playing them with an tool and save as MP3, WMA, WMV or MP4 files. See the link:

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