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Vinyl May Be Final Nail in CD's Coffin

An interesting piece on the return of the vinyl LP,this article bears some relevance to the question of digital vs. analog.

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TheExodus3369d ago

Sweet! I'm going be able to call a record a record again without being gazed upon like I just fell of the short bus!

Maddens Raiders3369d ago (Edited 3369d ago )

....man there's nothing like the sound and unique quality churned out from the speakers made by listening to a good LP. The little imperfections, the tiny sound made when not amplified, the scratching ability (in the Pro DJ sense of the word), and the album covers are things which vinyl bring to the table and connect the end user to the artist with overwhelming velvety smoothness. Some of the younger blokes here will scoff and hiss, but try it before you dismiss it.

The "78 rpm Album" is one vestige of the music industry that NEEDS to stay around. Bring back da freshest sounds.

d3l33t3369d ago

"Since the audio on vinyl can't be compressed to such extremes..."

clearly this guy has no idea what he is talking about

SharpeNoir3369d ago

the romance of vinyl. For me its always vinyl for collectibles or Oasis albums, CD's for good albums and downloads for just a good tune.

ENNO3369d ago

nothing that can compare to vynil..pure analog=pure perfection..and when put through a top mixer and speakers it destroys all competition

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