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the same applies to movies and music.
For both a HDD is fast enough (yeah, even HD or ripped blurays) for playback, but from a SSD they start faster. Not something you'll pull your hairs off, as that's the same speed you are accustomed to (probably still faster as the media player is a program and as such it will be on the SSD, thus will load itself faster).
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