This is kind of like saying that because the sales have gone up, obviously
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On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 11:38 AM, Brent Busby wrote:
I am avoiding touching on the rest of the post right now as I need to get
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On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 11:38 AM, Brent Busby <brent@ke=
I also understand that vinyl is now increasingly (very slowly though) becom=
ing the preferred medium for listening to music.
Not according to any resource I can think of. =A0Apple certainly isn't =
selling portable vinyl players. =A0100% of the systems I design and install=
for commercial, house of worship, etc. applications have not used vinyl. =
=A0I can't think of the last time I pulled out a vinyl record player. =
=A0Not going to say that some people don't prefer it, and I encourage t=
hem to if that is what floats their boat, but the VAST majority of people a=
re using digital for many reasons that were listed by Monty Montgomery.
Actually, the original poster is correct -- vinyl is the connoisseur's =
prefered format...but for reasons that most of the people using it don'=
t understand themselves.
This is kind of like saying that becau=
se the sales have gone up, obviously it is becoming the preferred medium.=
=A0 However the truth of the matter is very likely the percentage of the ma=
rket it occupies is actually shrinking.=A0 Until I see solid numbers that s=
ay otherwise and how those numbers were come up with, I would find it very =
hard to believe otherwise.
I am avoiding touching on the rest of the post ri=
ght now as I need to get going.=A0=A0=A0=A0 Seablade=