Tip & How-To about Sonos Audio Players & Recorders
As a Sonos user, I'm desired to know how to import all my Audible purchased audiobook files to my Sonos controller and play these audiobooks via Sonos.
Thanks to TunesKit AudioBook Converter , which is a powerful audible audiobook DRM removal tool ( TunesKit DRM Audiobook Converter for Windows Best audiobook DRM removal... ), I finally removed the Audible DRM and imported all my 2000+ audible audiobook files to Sonos music library successfully.
TunesKit Audiobook Converter can not only remove DRM protection from audible audiobook files, but also remove DRM from iTunes purchased audiobooks. It can convert DRMed M4A/AA/AAX audiobooks to unprotected MP3/AAC/M4A/WMA/WAV/FLAC format with 50x faster speed and nearly 100% original quality.
Step 1. Import Audible Audiobooks to iTunes Library
Download audible audiobooks to your local computer, then import the audible aa/aax files to iTunes library. You can also connect the Audible account with your iTunes account at first, then every audiobook you purchased from audible.com will be synced automatically to iTunes library.
Step 2. Add Audible audiobooks to TunesKit from iTunes library
Click "Add Files" button to add audible files to TunesKit audiobook from iTunes library. TunesKit audiobook converter (both Mac and Windows version) can support the newest iTunes 12.1.2 very well.
Step 3. Choose output format as MP3
Click "gear" icon next to the audiobook name, then you are allowed to choose output format as MP3. MP3 format is the best choice for Sonos app.
Step 4. Start to convert Audible aa/aax files to MP3 format
Click "Convert" button to start converting AA/AAX to MP3 format.
Step 5. Import Converted MP3 Files to Sonos music library
Launch the Sonos app on your computer, then you can click "Files - Add Files to Sonos library" to finish.
Posted by Andres... on
Mar 11, 2009 | Philips GoGear SA5285/37 Digital Media...
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