• How much was a music CD in 1984?

    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • Question about iTunes account?

    I lost my iPod that had all of my music on it, if I buy another one can I still sync the music that's already in my iTunes account?
    I lost my iPod that had all of my music on it, if I buy another one can I still sync the music that's already in my iTunes account?
    5 answers · 3 days ago
  • Cd will not run when put in drive?

    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • I attached a larger speaker too my diy but its not any louder.?

    Im 14 and rather new to engineering but ive been trying to learn. I had an old Bluetooth speaker but it broke so i took it apart and fixed it and then put on a larger 3 inch speaker thats 5w and 4♎. It worked great and was pretty loud but then i found a 4 inch speaker that is 6w and 4♎. It wasnt any louder it... show more
    Im 14 and rather new to engineering but ive been trying to learn. I had an old Bluetooth speaker but it broke so i took it apart and fixed it and then put on a larger 3 inch speaker thats 5w and 4♎. It worked great and was pretty loud but then i found a 4 inch speaker that is 6w and 4♎. It wasnt any louder it seemed. I just found a large 8 inch speaker that is 5w and 8♎. And i cant even turn the volume half way up because it starts making popping noises. Im not sure how big the battery on the Bluetooth module is because the label came off but all i know for sure is its lithium and is about 1 inch by 1 inch and it has the word desay on it. My question is why arent the larger speakers louder? Also on the origional speaker there was a 2 inch speaker.
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • 5 conductor speaker wire?

    I have a sound projector speaker laying around but I don't know where to set it up nor how to, since it has 5 conductors. The colors are black, red, orange, yellow and blue
    I have a sound projector speaker laying around but I don't know where to set it up nor how to, since it has 5 conductors. The colors are black, red, orange, yellow and blue
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • How do I copy a CD to another CD?

    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • I standed on power cord of general electric record player that had some exposed cooper while it was pluged in the record player is 1a 10watt?

    would this be dangerous? If it was a gerneral electic G.E wildcat portable automatic record player.
    would this be dangerous? If it was a gerneral electic G.E wildcat portable automatic record player.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Cds or MP3s?

    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • Do you prefer Vinyl or Digital music and why?

    Best answer: I prefer vinyl all of the way. While some analog mediums are more compressed than other ones, such as the cassette tape fitting a lot of music oftentimes on one tape, the analog quality of vinyl is outstanding due to minimum compression overall, and the needle actually making present, physical contact with the... show more
    Best answer: I prefer vinyl all of the way. While some analog mediums are more compressed than other ones, such as the cassette tape fitting a lot of music oftentimes on one tape, the analog quality of vinyl is outstanding due to minimum compression overall, and the needle actually making present, physical contact with the grooves of the record. This makes sense for a number of reasons, but the main two are that the grooves are big enough to not be compressed, and the needle reads enough space enough to produce a very non-compressed, realistic sound.

    Vinyl with decent speakers is going to sound far better than CDs, and especially any mp3 ever will. And don't listen to the people who say they prefer digital due to the fuzzing of vinyl (an EASY problem to fix if records are cleaned and taken good care of). And especially don't listen to the people who say they prefer digital due to its immense capability to store things. This has nothing to do with sound, and it is a horrible argument anyway because people complain about cassette hiss and numerous other cassette flaws, yet it can hold a maximum generally of 120 MINUTES!

    Vinyl with decent speakers doesn't have to be turned loud (unlike a CD player with decent speakers or any digital music file) to produce full bodied sound and a full-room, surround sound experiene. In addition, vinyl sounds more like the composer originally intended the music to sound.

    Analog just sounds a lot better anyway due to its capabilities in general. Sound waves and the sound properties of vinyl are infinite, and the musical notes, such as its harmonics, is infinite. So the sounds produced are warmer, fuller, richer, and as I have said, more realistic. Sure, I can see why people don't like cassettes as much as CDs due to its compression of songs. But the fact still stands- analog is less compressed than digital NO MATTER WHAT.

    People also make the argument that vinyl users are used to high end speakers, but this is not always true. I used standard computer speakers with my cheap audio technica turntable, and guess what? I STILL got a high- end, stereo sound response, sound output, and sound-enriched experience. You can have cheap speakers with vinyl and it can sound amazing. Why? As I have said, the needle is fine pointed but actually reading the record at the time instead of using automatic lasers like CDs, which only essentially create a copy of the sound once it is outputted. In other words, once CD sound reaches your ears, it loses quality from what the ACTUAL microscopic grooves are supposed to sound like. Would you figure that?

    Vinyl wins in pretty much anything you can imagine against digital.

    Hope I helped.

    Max
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do piano synthesizers eventually wear off?

    Best answer: If it's stopped after three months then you should report the failure under the manufacturers warranty! They should last for years, if not decades! However I'm a little suspicious since you also say one of the keys broke! It's incredibly rare that keys just break! Biggest reason for failure of... show more
    Best answer: If it's stopped after three months then you should report the failure under the manufacturers warranty! They should last for years, if not decades!

    However I'm a little suspicious since you also say one of the keys broke! It's incredibly rare that keys just break!

    Biggest reason for failure of electric pianos is short circuiting from spilled drinks placed on them while being played!
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Can I fix a cheap record player?

    I have one of those Crosley portable record players that everyone says is so terrible and to be honest, I have been experiencing some problems with it (it was skipping over certain words in a song). I know this is probably a stupid question but is there any way to fix it and make it better? I realize it's just... show more
    I have one of those Crosley portable record players that everyone says is so terrible and to be honest, I have been experiencing some problems with it (it was skipping over certain words in a song). I know this is probably a stupid question but is there any way to fix it and make it better? I realize it's just not a good record player and there's probably nothing I can do but please answer this anyways.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is a Music CD-R?

    Some companies, including Sony and Memorex, sell what is referred to as “Music CD-Rs.” However, any blank CD, including these ones, can be used for music or data. So what makes these discs so special?
    Some companies, including Sony and Memorex, sell what is referred to as “Music CD-Rs.” However, any blank CD, including these ones, can be used for music or data. So what makes these discs so special?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are built in speakers really that bad on a record player?

    I've heard the vibration is bad for the grooves but I'm a little confused as to what that means. By the way, I'm talking about the portable record players (i.e. Crosley, Victrola, etc).
    I've heard the vibration is bad for the grooves but I'm a little confused as to what that means. By the way, I'm talking about the portable record players (i.e. Crosley, Victrola, etc).
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I bought a CD-R but i will not play in my car?

    i bought a cd-r and i downloaded music unto it, but it will not play in my car and weird enough its recognized as a dvd-rw on my laptop. I downloaded music before did not have any issues. its a Verbatim cd-r.
    i bought a cd-r and i downloaded music unto it, but it will not play in my car and weird enough its recognized as a dvd-rw on my laptop. I downloaded music before did not have any issues. its a Verbatim cd-r.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are ALL Crosley record players bad?

    I recently bought a Crosley Keepsake Deluxe (CR6250A) without reading about Crosley's performance (Amateur, I know.) I know the cruisers are a no-go, but are they all that bad?
    I recently bought a Crosley Keepsake Deluxe (CR6250A) without reading about Crosley's performance (Amateur, I know.) I know the cruisers are a no-go, but are they all that bad?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Looking for suggestions for wireless headphones?

    Best answer: Just buy the ones from Walmart.
    Best answer: Just buy the ones from Walmart.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • For the regular rectangular cassette players / recorders, how do newer models compared to old-school models in terms of quality?

    Best answer: Newer ones are generally lower quality.
    Best answer: Newer ones are generally lower quality.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago