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Which do you prefer and for what reason?
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CD, mainly because it doesn't lose it's sound quality after about 4 plays. I hate people who try and claim the sound quality on vinyl sounds the best. It clearly doesn't.
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CD, mainly because it doesn't lose it's sound quality after about 4 plays. I hate people who try and claim the sound quality on vinyl sounds the best. It clearly doesn't.


it actually does, it sounds so much warmer and fatter sounding. However i do prefer cd's because of the practicality of them.
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I used to buy vinyl singles and the sound is nicer, if not technically 'better'. I buy CDs for albums, mostly because of the damage-ability of records, and the cost a lot more on vinyl.
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#11
Vinyl. Probably just because I have a lot more records than CD's.
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Get a poll up. This would be much easier.
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CD.

I don't have a record player. Or any records to play.

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it actually does, it sounds so much warmer and fatter sounding. However i do prefer cd's because of the practicality of them.


I always thought they sounded the same as CDs except with an irritating crackling around it all.
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Vinyl... i have many, many, many, many more of those than CD's. And you can find some pretty sweet old school tracks that you won't find on CD's.
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#16
Vinyl when I'm at home. Sounds awesome on my stereo equipped with a 50 watt tube amp. Those 15" speakers hit so low and clear (yet, nice and muddy at the same time). I use a MP3 player for wherever else though.
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