old radio Winamp player skins.

Discussion in 'Radio' started by russa11, Feb 9, 2008.

  1. russa11

    russa11 One of the Regulars

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  2. happyfilmluvguy

    happyfilmluvguy Call Me a Cab

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    Winamp skin designs always amaze me, and I haven't used Winamp for years.
     
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  3. ghostdog

    ghostdog New in Town

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    Thanks for the links, now I can listen to my Old Time Radio shows in style :)
     
  4. The Wolf

    The Wolf Call Me a Cab

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    Thanks, russa11.
    Those are perfect for people like us.

    Sincerely,
    The Wolf
     
  5. Ethan Bentley

    Ethan Bentley One Too Many

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    Wish they had stuff like this for mediamonkey.
     
  6. Shangas

    Shangas I'll Lock Up

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    I wish that Winamp had better OTR skins. Those two are nice, but I tired of them ages ago. They don't look particularly authentic and they're pretty darn bulky, too.
     
  7. Warden

    Warden One Too Many

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    They get my thumbs up

    Harry
     
  8. Lucyinthesky

    Lucyinthesky New in Town

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    I remember winamp that is old school...
    But so is this response I am about 10 years .late von this reply
     
  9. Absinthe_1900

    Absinthe_1900 One Too Many

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    Apparently Winamp is trying to make a comeback.

    I still use my old copy...
     
  10. Artifex

    Artifex Familiar Face

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    I feel there could be inspiration for a project here:

    Find an old wireless set with a good case but broken internals, wire up the guts of a USB keyboard to the dials on the front, connect the speaker to a modern (gasp) semiconductor-based amplifier - and you can now play back audio on your PC, without all that unseemly clicking.
     

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